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Reckless lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Alabama.
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Reckless Recorded by Alabama Written by Jeff Stevens and Michael Clark
C F Let's roll the windows down turn the radio up C Let the wind blow through our hair F G7 C Love is reckless let's get reckless tonight
G7 C F C There ain't nothing out here but a big ol' Texas sky F G7 There's a red sun painted across the coming night C F Am G7 Well your daddy's got plans for you and mine thinks I'm at school F They say it's reckless to chase a dream G7 But this town's got nothing for you and me
C F Let's roll the windows down turn the radio up C G7 Let the wind blow through our hair Am F There's a moon tonight and a road outside baby C G7 F C F We're getting out of here I could care less where it leads us C F G7 C Love is reckless let's get reckless tonight
G7 F C Let's take my Thunderbird and leave tonight F G7 I'll keep the pedal to the floor till we see the morning light C F Am G7 They can't live our lives for us if we let’em we'll lose our love F And love dies hard in this Texas sun G7 I'd rather be reckless and on the run
F When you're crazy in love you gotta take a chance G7 Burn the bridge and don't look back C F Turn the radio up roll the windows down C G7 Let the wind blow through our hair C F There's a moon tonight and a road outside C G7 Baby we're gettin' out of here C F Roll the windows down C Turn the radio up G7 C I'd rather be reckless G7 C I'd rather be reckless
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