Don't Let Our Sweet Love Die
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your personal use only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by
Dailey and Darrin Vincent.
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Please Don't Let Our Sweet Love Die Recorded by Dailey and Vincent Written by Ron Spears
C F G7 Now you say that I no longer make you happy C F G7 And lately it's been useless to try C F C F Nothing that I say or do brings a smile to you D7 G7 And you think it's best just to let our sweet love die
C F G7 Through the years we've grown tired of each other C F G7 If we talk at all it's just to quarrel and fight C F But if a spark of love remains C F There's still time to fan the flames C F C G7 C Renew our sweet love with the fire that still burns bright
F A# C Darling please don't let our sweet love die F A# C After all these years we owe us one more try F Once before you say we're through C F Let's make love the way we used to C F G7 C Darling please don't let our sweet love die
F G7 We've both said and done some things to hurt each other C F G7 And through the years we've grown farther apart C F We could make love together last C F If we just forget the past C F C G7 C And we give our dear sweet love a brand new start
F Once before you say we're through C F Let's make love the way we used to C F G7 C Darling please don't let our sweet love die
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