Red Guitar

Album: Kris Allen (2009)
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  • It may not be the best one
    It may not be like the rest of 'em
    But she makes it sound so sweet
    The melodies she makes it sing

    On her red guitar
    The color never fades away
    No matter where she has it placed
    And my life would change when I saw
    The face of
    Of her red guitar

    It's been through hell
    Oh, the sound it makes
    It takes me to some higher place
    She doesn't have a clue
    Oh, that I love to listen to

    Her red guitar, yeah
    The color never fades away
    No matter where she has it placed
    And my life would change when I saw
    The face of
    Of her red guitar
    Of her red guitar

    She plays it soft so only I can hear
    The same old song
    That she played last year
    And it may not have all the strings
    Oh, but she strums it beautifully

    On her red guitar, yeah
    Her red guitar, yeah
    The color never fades away
    No matter where she has it placed
    And my life would change when I saw
    The face of
    Of her red guitar
    Of her red guitar
    Of her red guitar Writer/s: KRISTOPHER NEIL ALLEN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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