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Loving Her Was Easier Lyrics

Artist: Kris Kristofferson


LOVING HER WAS EASIER
Kris Kristofferson
written by Kris Kristofferson.


Verse 1:
C/G F C/G
I've seen the morning burning golden on the mountains in the skies
F C/G
Aching with the feeling of the freedom of an eagle when she flies
F C/G
Turning on the world the way she smiles upon my soul as i lay diing
F C/G
Healing with the colors of the sunshine and the shadow of her eyes


Verse 2:
C/G F C/G
Waking in the morning to the feeling of her fingers on my skin
F C/G
Wiping out the traces of the people and the places that i've been
F C/G
Teaching me that yesterday was something that i never thought of trying
F C/G
Talking about tomorrow and the money love and time we'd have to spend
G C/G
Loving her was easier than anything i'll ever do again


Verse 3:
C/G F C/G
Coming close together with a feeling that i've never know before,in my time
F C/G
She ain't afraid to be a woman or afraid to be a friend
F C/G
I don't know the answer to the easy way she opens every door in my mind
F C/G
Dreaming was as easy as believing it was never gonna end
G C/G
Loving her was easier than anything i'll ever do again



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