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The Bedroom Recorded by Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius Written by Ron Muir
C Two soft pillows and tangled sheets F C An unmade bed where no one sleeps G7 C Standing here just looking at the bedroom
Laughter was the only sound F C As I slipped off my wedding gown G7 Happiness was glowing in this room C Pink champagne and candle light F C Love was special on that night G7 C These were our first memories of the bedroom
Holidays would always see F C The gentle way that you’d wake me G7 Sometimes we’d talk to nearly noon C Everything we ever did F C Like making plans and loving kids G7 C Seems they all began here in the bedroom
F Then came those nights and quarreling days It all starts at night again G7 Love hasn’t left this lonely bedroom F We ran out of words to say Except the nights we’d turn away G7 And lie awake and cry here in the bedroom
C With these papers in our hands F C We look back where love began G7 And wonder did we close the door to soon
C At two soft pillows and tangled sheets F C An unmade bed where no one sleeps G7 C As we take one last look at the bedroom
Two soft pillows and tangled sheets F C An unmade bed where no one sleeps G7 C Standing here just looking at the bedroom
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