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The Bachelors - Love Me With All Your Heart Chords

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#3. in '66.

#1.
D                        Bm                  F#m
Love me with all of your heart, that's all I want dear.
G                        Em              D  B
Love me with all of your heart or not at all.
Em              A                 D                 Bm
Just promise me this..that you'll give me, all your kisses,
      F#m           Em            A   A7
every winter, every summer, every fall.

#2.
D                Bm                  F#m
When we are far apart or when you're near me,
G                        Em              D   B
Love me with all of your heart as I love you.
Em                 A            D          Bm
Don't give me your love for a moment or an hour,
         F#m          Em                A
Love me always as you loved me from the start..
A7                      D
with every beat of your heart.

REPEAT#2.
ADD:
A          A7           D       G       D
With every beat of your heart...of your heart.


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.
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stargazer1701 wrote on April 18 2014, 05:11 pm

sweet! I am familiar with Humperdinks version of this song. I simply cant wait out try it out on my arch top! Thank you KrazieKat... You provided me with tons and tons of chords... all of which 100 % were right on!!!!

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Kraziekhat wrote on April 19 2014, 03:06 am

Thanks, mate, your comments are much appreciated. KK.

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