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Conway Twitty, I've Already Loved You In My Mind Chords (ver.1)

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I've Already Loved You In My Mind Chords (ver.1)

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                            I've Already Loved You In My Mind

Performed By Conway Twitty
Written By Conway Twitty

     D                                G             Em
I thought I'd never seen a girl like her in here before
    A7                                 D
And I could see her watching me as I walked across the floor
                                             G              Em
I asked her if she's like to dance when the band starts up again
            A7                                                D
She said I never dance with strangers I don't even know your name


D                                          Em
I said we're not exactly strangers you and I
      A7                                                   D
My thoughts were running wild and free as I watched you tonight
                                Em
Just think about it and you'll find
       A7                                                  D
We're not exactly strangers, I've already loved you in my mind


(same as 1st verse)
The band started playing a slow moving song
She got up and easily moved into my arms
I kept on saying the things a girl likes to hear
And when the dance was over she whispered in my ear


(Same as 2nd verse)
She said we're not exactly strangers you and I
My thoughts were running wild and free while you held me tight
I thought about it and I find
We're not exactly strangers, I've already loved you in my mind

No we're not exactly strangers, I've already loved you in my mind
            
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