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only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by Barbara Mandrell.
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Perfect Match Recorded by Barbara Mandrell and David Houston Written by Glenn Sutton and Ben Peters
C Dm Well I look across my morning cup of coffee F G7 C And see an angel smilin' back at me F C And I think of how your lovin' seems to fit A7 Just like a glove D7 G7 And your disposition suits me to a T
C Dm And nothing gives me greater satisfaction F G7 C Than knowin' that you feel the way you do F Cause it makes my life worth livin' C A7 And I get a thrill from givin' D7 G7 C All my love to you and only you
F G7 C You and me together we're a perfect match F G7 C In each other we have found a perfect catch F G7 Like two ole birds on the eggs of happiness C F Knowin' they're gonna hatch C G7 C You and me together we're a perfect match
Dm You know just what I need and when I need it F G7 C With you contentment it wasn't hard to find F And though we have our problems G7 A7 We let love and kindness solve 'em D7 G7 You think that we could read each other's minds
C Dm And sometimes I think that we should start all over F G7 C I'll bet we wouldn't want to change a thing F C A7 Through the good times and the bad ones just a few real sad ones
D7 G7 C We found happiness that only true love brings
G7 C Yes you and me together we're a perfect match
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