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Too Busy Being In Love lyrics and chords are provided for your personal
use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Doug Stone.
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Too Busy Being In Love Recorded by Doug Stone Written by Gary Burr and Victoria Shaw
C Dm Em If I had taken the time to write down a few lines C F G7 C Every time that you crossed this heart of mine Dm I'd put them all in a book Em How much time would that have took F G7 Am The words 'n years have a way of slipping back
Dm G7 C Am Dm F G7 Oh no too bad there goes the chance that I had C Am F G7 I could have written a play so sweet and so funny C F G7 Given old Mr. Shakespeare a run for his money Am Em F Written the words to the prettiest tune C F G7 That would never leave a dry eye in the room Am F G7 Am My only excuse for not doing enough F C G7 Am Well I was too busy being in love F C G7 C Yes I was too busy being in love
Dm Em Brand new phrases appear every time you are near F G7 C All these words you inspire after all these years Dm But I never reached for a pen Em Break the mood that I'm in F G7 Am Before I knew it the words were gone again
F G7 I could have written the part to make young lovers crazy C Am F G7 I could have written the movie for Hepburn and Tracey Am Em F The beautiful song and it starts with your name C F G7 Written my way into fortune and fame Am F G7 Am But I have no regrets for not doing enough
F C G7 Am Well I was too busy being in love F C G7 C Yes I was too busy being in love
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