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Easton Corbin, Loving You Is Fun Chords (ver.1)

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Loving You Is Fun Chords (ver.1)

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                "Loving You is Fun"
By Easton Corbin


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CAPO I
Intro: G Bm Em C 

G                Bm                        Em                      C
You got a cousin who's tellin' you somethin' that don't have nothin' to do
                   G   Bm   Em    C
With the love we're in, baby
G                Bm                       Em                 
I hear she's sayin' that game we're playin' should be complicated
           C                 G       Bm      Em         
If you won't, I'll say it, I think she's crazy 'cause

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C                  G  
Love don't have to be a bunch of drama
           C                    G
A bunch of knock-down, drag-outs cryin' in the rain
C                          G                 Em
It's alright to keep it light now mama, don't you think
C                      G                  C                    G
We're having such a good time together, and it's only just begun
C                G                    C       D      G   Bm  Em  C  G  Bm Em C 
My heart's never smiled so hard, baby, loving you is fun...          It's fun....

G                 Bm                  Em
I'm walking around all over this town, ten feet off the ground
    C                 G Bm Em        C
So happy I found you, baby, I love it
G                 Bm                   Em
There's no self-help book on your shelf, you know too well
C                            G Bm  Em
They're trying to sell you somethin' for nothin' 'cause


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Instrumental
G Bm  Em  C


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