Won't You Waltz Me To Heaven Tonight lyrics and chords
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Won't You Waltz Me To Heaven Tonight Recorded by Waylon Jennings [3/4 time]
C G7 It's been a long time C Am Since I've had a good time C G7 C And I think it's high time I did G7 Could I have this dance C Am It feels like romance C G7 F C And it's good to be feeling like this
G7 The lights are down low C Am The band’s playing slow C G7 C To The beautiful Tennessee Waltz G7 How many love songs C Am And how many dance floors C G7 F C Have lovers like us waltzed across
G7 C So waltz me to heaven tonight E7 F To the waltz of the angels we'll blissfully blind D7 C Am On past the milky-way to paradise C G7 C Won't you waltz me to heaven tonight
G7 C Waltz me to heaven tonight E7 F Honky tonk angels in heavenly flight D7 C Am With the moon as our halo and the stars in our eyes C G7 C Won't you waltz me to heaven tonight
G7 C Waltz me to heaven tonight E7 F Hold your heavenly body against mine so tight D7 C Am As the band softly plays on this magical night F D7 C Am We'll dance past the milky-way to paradise F D7 C Am With the moon as our halo and the stars in our eyes C G7 C Won't you waltz me to heaven tonight
Am C G7 C Won't you waltz me to heaven tonight
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