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If You Could Touch Her At All

Performed: Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings
C/G F
Funny a woman can come home so wild and free
G C/G
And insist I don't watch her undress, or watch her watch me
F
And stand by the bed and shiver as if she were cold
G C/G
Just to lie down beside me and touch me as if I were gold
 
C/G F
One night of love don't make up for six nights alone
G C/G
But I'd rather have one than none lord, cause I'm flesh and bone
F
Sometimes it seems that she ain't worth the trouble at all
G C/G
But she could be worth the world, if somehow you can touch her at all
 
D G
Right or wrong a woman can own any man
A D
She can take him inside her and hold his soul in her hand
G
And leave him as weary and weak as a new born child
A D
Fighting to catch his first breath and open his eyes
 
D G
One night of love don't make up for six nights alone
A D
But I'd rather have one than none lord, cause I'm flesh and bone
G
Sometimes it seems that she ain't worth the trouble at all
A D
But she could be worth the world, if somehow you can touch her at all

Created 2015 Aug 08 11:17

This is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the song. You may only use this for private study, scholarship, or research.

tahi Page last modified on 2015 Aug 08 16:45

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