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Soft Lips Song Lyrics and Chords

 

Soft Lips Song Lyrics and Chords by Hank Thompson

 

Soft Lips
Recorded by Hank Thompson
Written by Walt McCoy

 
G7 
Soft lips that feel so  
C 
divine
E7 
Soft lips pressed close to  
Am 
mine
 
The  
C 
thrill of your  
F 
kiss is heavenly  
A7 
bliss
 
Your tender  
D7 
caress I could never  
G7 
express
 
Soft lips I love you  
C 
so
E7 
Soft lips  
D7 
don't ever  
C 
go
 
My heart would  
F 
break don't you see
 
If you  
C 
ever took from  
A7 
me
 
The  
D7 
thrill of  
G7 
your soft  
C 
lips
G7 
Soft lips I love you  
C 
so
E7 
Soft lips  
D7 
don't ever  
C 
go
 
My heart would  
F 
break don't you see
 
If you  
C 
ever took from  
A7 
me
 
The  
D7 
thrill of  
G7 
your soft  
C 
lips

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Soft Lips?
- The song Soft Lips was sang by Hank Thompson.

 

Who is Hank Thompson?
- Henry William Thompson (September 3, 1925 - November 6, 2007) was an American country music singer-songwriter and musician whose career spanned seven decades.
Thompson's musical style, characterized as honky-tonk Western swing, was a mixture of fiddles, electric guitar, and steel guitar that featured his distinctive, smooth baritone vocals.
His backing band, The Brazos Valley Boys, was voted the top Country Western Band for 14 years in a row by Billboard. Thompson pursued a "light" version of the Western swing sound that Bob Wills and others played the primary difference between his music and that of Bob Wills was that Thompson, who used the swing beat and instrumentation to enhance his vocals, discouraged the intense instrumental soloing from his musicians that Wills encouraged however, the "Hank Thompson sound" exceeded Bob Wills in top-40 country hits.
Although not as prominent on the top country charts in later decades, Thompson remained a recording artist and concert draw well into his 80s.
The 2013 game Grand Theft Auto V featured his song "It Don't Hurt Anymore" in the fictional radio show, Rebel Radio.
The 1987 novel Crazy Heart by Thomas Cobb was inspired by Thompson's life, specifically by his practice of picking up a local band to back him when he toured. In 2009, Cobb's novel was turned into a successful film directed by Scott Cooper and starring Jeff Bridges in an Academy Award-winning performance.

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