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He`ll Have To Go - Jim Reeves - He`ll Have To Go (Cassette)

   01.10.2019  8 Comments

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  1. Album He'll have to go (remastered) de Jim Reeves: écouter en streaming et télécharger en MP3.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of He'll Have To Go on Discogs.
  3. And you can tell your friend there with you he'll have to go Whisper to me tell me do you love me true Or is he holding you the way I do Though love is blind make up your mind I've got to know Should I hang up or will you tell him he'll have to go You can't say the words I want to hear While you're with another man Do you you want me answer yes.
  4. Aug 03,  · Jim Reeves ‎– He'll Have To Go Label: RCA Victor ‎– RD Jim Reeves: He'll Have To Go This was released here in the UK a few years ago,it had the same photo of Jim on the sleeve,and some of the tracks,RCA said that they would re /5(8).
  5. He'll Have To Go Lyrics: Put your sweet lips a little closer to the phone / Let's pretend that we're together, all alone / I'll tell the man to turn the jukebox way down low / And you can tell.
  6. [Chorus] D G D Put your sweet lips a little closer to the phone, A Let’s pretend that we’re together all alone, D D7 G I’ll tell the man to turn the jukebox way down low, D A and you c.
  7. He'll Have to Go Jim Reeves. He'll Have to go. Jim Reeves. Put your sw [F] eet lips a litte c [Bb] loser to the [F] phone. Lets pretend that we're together all a [Gm7] lone [C7] I'll tell the m [F] an to turn the j [F7] uke-box way down [Bb] low. And you can t [F] ell you friend there w [C7] ith you.
  8. He'll Have to Go lyrics are the property of the respective artist, authors and labels, they are intended solely for educational purposes and private study only. The chords provided are my interpretation and their accuracy is not guaranteed. He'll Have To Go lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, this is a Jim Reeves classic.

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