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You Waltzed Yourself Right Into My Life
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You Waltzed Yourself Right Into My Life  
Recorded by Gene Watson
Written by Ron Moore

The first time I touched you as we danced together
I felt this feeling inside
Your eyes met mine as the music played soft
C F D7 G7
And I heard you say would you love me tonight

C G7 C F D7 G7
And you waltzed yourself right into my life
C F Dm
And you came just in time love was nowhere in sight
F G7 C F
As we held each other and danced through the night
Dm G7 Dm G7 C
You waltzed yourself right into my life

The jukebox was playing an old fashion waltz
As you whispered please hold me tight
I need someone to love me forever
C F D7 G7
Would you be my partner for the rest of my life

Repeat #2 x2


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