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Natalie: Front door slammed and the back door too
Deryl: You left me and I left you
Natalie: Meeting in the middle was a little too hard
Both: I still love you wherever you are

Deryl: Well I reckon we must be two of a kind
Natalie: Both go a little too far sometime
Deryl: First step back is the hardest part
Both: I still love you wherever you are

Chorus
Natalie: You might be out walking
Talking yourself out of loving me
Deryl: You might be honky-tonking
Making eyes at everything you see
Natalie: And it's killing me
With every beat of this broken heart
Both: I still love you wherever you are

(Instrumental break - fiddle & electric guitar)

Natalie: Wherever you've gone whatever you've done
Deryl: I want you to know you're the only one
Natalie: Just hope you haven't gone too far
Both: I still love you wherever you are

Repeat Chorus

Natalie: I still love you
Deryl: I still love you
Natalie: I still love you
Deryl: I still love you
Natallie: Wherever you are
Deryl: Wherever you are
Natalie: I still love you
Deryl: I still love you
Natalie: I still love you
Deryl: I still love you
Deryl: Wherever you are
Natalie: I still love you
Deryl: I still love you
Both: I still love youuuuuuu
Natalie: Wherever you are
Deryl: Wherever you are
Natalie: Wherever you are
Deryl: Wherever you are
Natalie: Wherever you are
Deryl: Wherever you are
Natalie: Wherever you are
Deryl: Wherever you are
Natalie: I still love you



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