Right From The Start Song Lyrics and Chords

Earl Thomas Conley

 

Right From The Start Song Lyrics and Chords by Earl Thomas Conley

 

[chordpress float=”none” format=”yes” hbnotation=”no” interactive=”no” transpose=”0″]Right From The Start
Recorded by Earl Thomas Conley
Written by Billy Herzig and Randy Watkins
[G]The first time that I [Am]met you I was [G]sure as sure it could [Am]be
[G]Don’t ask me [D7]how but [Am]there was no doubt [G]you were the one for [Am]me
[G]Love was intui[Am]tion is a [G]feeling you [D7]just can’t [Am]fight
So [G]I follow through with my [Am]plans for you
And [Bm]now I [C]know that [D7]I was right
[G]Right [Bm]from the [Am]start [D7] I [G]had this [Bm]feeling [Am]in my [D7]heart
[Em]Baby I [Bm]knew [Am]you were right [D7]for the [Bm]part[Em]
[D7]Right from the [G]start
Don’t you [D7]remember me [Am]saying [G]our love was [D7]sure to [Am]grow
Well that’s [G]just what it [D7]did and you’ve [Am]got to admit
[Bm]Baby I [C]told you [D7]so
Repeat #2
[C]I guess I shouldn’t say [Am]anything
I’ve [Bm]never been right be[G]fore
[C]But there’s a first time for [Am]everything
And [Bm]this time my [C]heart was [D7]sure
[G]Right [Bm]from the [Am]start [D7] I [G]had this [Bm]feeling [Am]in my [D7]heart
[Em]Baby I [Bm]knew [Am]you were right [D7]for the [Bm]part[Em]
[G]Right [Bm]from the [Am]start [D7] I [G]had this [Bm]feeling [Am]in my [D7]heart
[Em]Baby I [Bm]knew [Am]you were right [D7]for the [Bm]part[Em] [D7] [G][/chordpress]

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Right From The Start?
– The song Right From The Start was sang by Earl Thomas Conley.

 

Who is Earl Thomas Conley?
– Earl Thomas Conley (October 17, 1941 – April 10, 2019) was an American country music singer-songwriter. Between 1980 and 2003, he recorded ten studio albums, including seven for RCA Records. In the 1980s and into the 1990s, Conley also charted more than thirty singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, of which eighteen reached Number One. His eighteen Billboard Number One country singles during the 1980s marked the most Number One hits by any artist in any genre during that decade, excluding Alabama and Ronnie Milsap.

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