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(Mark D. Sanders/Tim Nichols)

Was I nervous the night I first met you
Was it love at first sight
Did I know you were the girl I'd marry
I'd say that's right

When your daddy said, "Son do you love her
With all your might"
I looked him in the eye and said, "Yes sir
I'd say that's right

I'd say that's right on the money
Sure as a summer in Florida's sunny
I'd say that's right as the rain on a tin roof Texas night
I'd say that's right down the middle
Ain't no doubt not even a little
Will I love you for the rest of my life I'd say that's right

If I woke up tomorrow up in heaven
Saint Peter looked me in the eye
And said, "Mister would you rather be with her"
I'd say that's right

I'd say that's right on the money
Sure as a summer in Florida's sunny
I'd say that's right as the rain on a tin roof Texas night
I'd say that's right down the middle
Ain't no doubt not even a little
Will I love you for the rest of my life I'd say that's right



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