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it's a very pretty country song recorded by Daniel O'Donnell.
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Should I Recorded by Daniel O'Donnell Written by John Hegarty and Daniel O'Donnell
G7 C Should I tell you I love you with flowers G7 Should I count all the stars in the sky Dm G7 Should I shout from the top of the mountain C Then you might understand why
G7 C Do you want me to say something different C7 F Should I change all the things that I do Fm C Or should I just hold your hand gently G7 C And tell you how much I love you
I've known from the start this is forever G7 Always together you and me Dm G7 Dm G7 Romeo and Juliet on the day that we first met C I just knew our love was meant to be
Just tell me what you're thinking C7 F And I'll be a fool about it all Fm Tell me what it is that I have to do C How do I declare my love for you G7 C Cause darling don't you know that you're a part
What's that you just said we should take it slow G7 And in time you'll learn to trust in me Dm G7 You say you gave your heart before Dm G7 He promised you his love and more C But he wasn't all he seemed to be
Well homey please believe me C7 F I will give you time and let you see Fm That's the way that is has to do C Darling it's ok with me G7 C I'll be yours until eternity
Fm C Or should I just hold your hand gently G7 C And tell you how much I love you G7 C Should I tell you I love you with flowers
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