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Duet by Linda Ronstadt and James Taylor

Written by Rose Marie McCoy, Sylvia McKinney
© 1961 Ben-Ghazi Enterprises Inc (BMI)

Darling, been to see the preacher man
Darling darling, started making wedding plans
Your lips set my soul on fire
To be with you that's my one desire
Oh darling
Think it's gonna work out fine

Darling, started getting next to me
Darling, though about how this could be
Ooee

If your love is half as true
As the love I'm offering you
Oh darling, I think it's gonna work out fine

Think it's gonna work out fine
Know it's gonna work out fine
Think it's gonna work out fine
I'm so glad that you're mine all mine

Do you remember they used to call you Dapper Dan
Way back when I was the killer and everybody's loving man
Whole lotta women used to be my speed
Now pretty baby you're all I need
Oh darling, think it's gonna work out fine

He's so, I'm so, we're so glad when we remember
Used to call me Dapper Dan yeah
Way back when you were the killer and everybody's loving man
Whole lotta women used to be my speed
Now pretty baby you're all I need
Oh darling, think it's gonna work out fine

Think it's gonna work out fine
Know it's gonna work out fine
Think it's gonna work out fine

Think, think, work out fine
Think, think, work out fine
You've got to think, think, work out fine
I think it's gonna work out
Yeah it's gonna work out
Know it's gonna work out fine



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