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Oh My Goodness Chords (ver.1)

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Oh My Goodness Chords (ver.1)

Olly Murs
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                Olly Murs Oh My Goodness 

Verse
B
Oh my goodness, I can't hide it
Abm
You just smiled when you walked by me
F# 
Oh my goodness

B
Warning signs that no one showed me
Abm                                      E
Lost control, but please don't hold me back
E
Gonna go for it, I hope you're ready for it
C#
Oh

Chorus : 
E                            Abm
Cause I don't know if I can stop now
           F#
I'm going too fast, heart first
                    E
My head just can't slow me down
        Abm            F#
And I don't care if you don't break my fall
             E
You got me dreaming of a life
       Abm               F#
That anybody else would die for
 
Verse
I'm rolling downhill, no brakes
 Can't go back now, it's too late, oh
 It's too late to look away, and unfeel what I feel for you
 Look away, and unsee what I see in you
 I'm gonna go for it, I hope you're ready
 

Chorus :
Cause I don't know if I can stop now
 I'm going too fast, heart first
 My head just can't slow me down
 And I don't care if you don't break my fall
 You got me dreaming of a life

         Abm                E      Abm
 That anybody else would die for
     F#                      E  Abm  F#
 Oh baby, anybody else would die for
 
E
First sight I believed in first sight,
Abm
No second thoughts in my mind, just felt right
F#             E 
Oh my goodness, oh oh
 

Chorus
Cause I don't know if I can stop now
 I'm going too fast, heart first
 My head just can't slow me down
 And I don't care if you don't break my fall
 You got me dreaming of a life
 That anybody else would die for
 You got me dreaming of a life
 That anybody else would die for
 Anybody else would die for
            
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