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Transcribed by: asf0@comcast.net  Alice Franceschini
Date:  March 9, 1998
Album: Strait Out Of The Box
Written by: C. Wayne\W. Kemp
Note: Thanks to RebelTM for the writer's\artist information and the following:
Recorded and released by George Jones, Musicor "45", #1098, in 1965.  
It peaked at #6 on the charts.  It was later released on an album.
George Strait did a cover of it.
             LOVEBUG             George Strait

              A                                      E
Well, I was ruling the roost had all the chicks to myself
E                                                   A
And suddenly it happen I caught a little feeling I felt
A                                                        D
Well, I tried to outrun it but it finally caught up with me
         E                   E7                    A
Tell me how I can run from something that I can't see

Oh That
A                                             E
Little bitty teeny weeny thing they call the love bug
E                                       E7           A
Nobody's ever seen it but it's got the whole world shook up
A                                               D
It all started with  a little bitty kiss and a hug
          E                                           A
It's a little bitty teeny weeny thing they call the love bug

         A                                         E
Well I alway thought that I had me a pretty good style
E                                            A
But I lost that race by a good old country mile
A                                                       D
Yea, I was walking all around with my head held way up high
        E                        E7             A
And it fooled me, hit me really took me by surprize

chorus, chorus, last line of chorus to end.