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Words:Roy Orbison.
Recorded circa 1969.

#1. 
G
Smile an everlasting smile, 
                      A
a smile can bring you near to me.
      D7
Don't ever let me find you down, 
                         C       G
cause that would bring a tear to me.

CHORUS:
     Bb
This world has lost its glory, 
                               F
let's start a brand new story, now, my love.
      G
Right now, there'll be no other time 
                   A        D
and I can show you how...my love.

#2.
G                                            A
Talk in everlasting words, and dedicate them all

to me.
    D7
And I will give you all my life, 
                       C       G
I'm here if you should call to me.

CHORUS:
    Bb
You think that I don't even mean 
                D
a single word I say.
          G
It's only words, and words are all 
  D                         G   
I have, to take your heart away.

(INTERLUDE:)

CHORUS:
    Bb
You think that I don't even mean 
                D
a single word I say.
          G
It's only words, and words are all 
  D                         G   
I have, to take your heart away.

OUTRO:
G
It's only words, and words are all 
  D                         G   
I have, to take your heart away.

G
It's only words, and words are all 
  D                         G   
I have, to take your heart away.


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.





        
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