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Walker Clay, One Two I Love You Tabs (ver.1)

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One Two I Love You Tabs (ver.1)

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                Clay Walker:
One, Two, I love you

E              B               D              B      E
Kindergarten, five years old, you and me and mother goose
E                  B
Learning lines to nursery rhymes
A                      B         E
That's when I fell in love with you

Back when it was
E          A               B            E
One, two, buckle my shoe, three, four, shut the door
C#m         F#            A             B         E
Five, six, pick up sticks even then my heart was yours.

E             B               D       B       E    
College days miles apart, so afraid you'd forget
E                B            A           B         E
Writing letters everyday and ending everyone like this
E           A           B            E
One, two, I miss you, three, four, I walk the floor
C#m        F#               A               B            E
Five, six, come back quick, I don't want to miss you no more

(Intermediate lead key change)
F#             C#            E            C#           F#
A little girl, a little boy playing on a swing in the yard
F#             C#
As we watch I hold your hand
B                        C#       F#
And you're still holding on to my heart

And now it's
F#        B           C#                 F#
One, two, I love you, three, four, let's have one more
D#m        G#              B 
Five, six, I wouldn't miss a day of this 
                                              C#  B
           for all the treasures on the ocean floor
F#        B            C#                 F#
One, two, I love you, three, four, let's shut the door
D#m        G#
Five, six, kiss after kiss
B               C#            F#
I can't wait to hold you once more.

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