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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Only You ~ A Seven Chord Song



Only You

Recorded by The Platters



C                         E7 

Only you can make oh this world seem right

     Am               C

Only you can make the darkness bright

     F           G7

Only you and you alone

    E7                 Am

Can thrill me like you do

    D7                               G7            

And fill my heart with love for only you



     C                    E7

Only you can make oh this change in me

         Am              C  

For it's true you are my destiny

         F                 

When you hold my hand I understand

    C              A7

The magic that you do

          D7  

You're my dream come true

   G7           C   F

My one and only you



     C                    E7

Only you can make oh this change in me

         Am              C  

For it's true you are my destiny

         F              Fm   

When you hold my hand I understand

    C              A7

The magic that you do

          D7

You're my dream come true

   G7           C   

My one and only you


This is a favorite song of mine . . .
I hope that you enjoy it :)
Connie 

2 comments:

  1. Connie, whenever I'm in need of a pick-me-up, I pull out my grandmother's old hymnal and play some of her favorites. It makes me feel closer to her even though she's been gone for almost 20 years. Thanks! -- Jan

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    1. I know what you are talking about. My grandma had this huge old organ in her living-room. One of those that had places for pictures and lots of little shelves going up the back. Well, every time I ask grandma to play me a song, she played, "Let's Go Down To The River". Grandma has been gone almost 50 years now and to this day, I do not know if it was her favorite song, or the only one that she could play, LOL. Every time I hear it I think of my sweet little grandma, her cute little cottage home and the sunbonnets she wore almost every day. She had everyday bonnets and Sunday go to meeting bonnets . . . thanks for bring back that memory today. Sounds like we both have wonderful memories of our lovely grandmas :)

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