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Oh What A Feeling
lyrics and chords

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Oh What A Feeling lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's a beautiful song by the Everly Brothers. You can learn to play and sing this great classic, the chords are easy to make.


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Oh What A Feeling
recorded by the Everly Brothers
written by Don Everly

G   C    E7 G
It  must be love
D7        G
Oh what a feeling
         C     G
I sit at home alone
           G7      C
I wait here by the phone
D7           G     Em
I know you'll never call
D7        G
Oh what a feeling
C          G
It must be love
C             G
Although it's bitter
C          G
It must be love
A7      D7     G
I can't forget her
              C    G
The days turn into weeks
              G7       C
You're letters I shall keep
D7           G      Em
The ones you didn't write
D7        G
Oh what a feeling
repeat #1


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Use Oh What A Feeling lyrics and chords to help you learn this super classic, it won't take long. Many of the Everly Brothers songs are classic fifties music, maybe that's why I still enjoy listing to them.