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Oh Moon lyrics and chords

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Oh Moon
Recorded by Doug Stone
Written by Sharon Vaughn, Wally Wilson, Tom Curtis Shapiro

Shining down on the water like a yellow ripple road
G7 C F
Leading me straight to her Oh Moon
You made it clear the path to follow
F G7
Showed me the way to go and I'd like to thank you sir
C Dm G7
Oh Moon

I was alone I had no earthly way of knowing
C Am F
What was there for me underneath the sky above
G7 C Dm G7 C
How was I to know until you showed up
And shed a little different light on what was missing
C Am F G7
Now she's in my arms I know I owe it all to you
Oh Moon

You and the stars must've been wishing
F G7 C G7 F
I'd finally come around you knew she was the one didn't you
The door to her heart was standing open
F G7
Though I can see it now it took you to pull me through
C Dm G7
Oh Moon

Repeat #2

G7 C
Oh Moon
Yeah the wish I made must've been right
F G7 C
Here you are in my arms tonight


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