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I Don't Have To Wonder Recorded by Garth Brooks Written by Shawn Camp and Taylor Dunn
C F C F Drove to the church in my suit and tie C F G7 C But I just couldn't bring myself to go inside F G7 Am So I sat alone in my truck across the street F Watched that chauffeur smoking cigarettes G7 By that long white limousine
C F G7 Am I could just imagine what was goin' on in there F Sunlight streamin' through the stained glass G7 And those flowers in your hair Am G# G7 D7 And in less time that it takes a tear to fall F C Those bells rang loud as thunder F C As they opened up the doors F G7 C Now I don't have to wonder anymore
F C F Laughin' and a cryin' tossin' that bouquet C F G7 C And when you got in that limo I drove off the other way F G7 Am And I still don't know why things happened like they did F G7 But I parked that old pickup on that lonesome river bridge C F G7 Am I took your ring from my pocket and I held it one last time F G7 C I watched that diamond sparkle I drew back and I let it fly
Am G# G7 D7 And in less time that it takes a tear to fall F C F C Oh that old ring went under Lord now it's gone for sure F G7 Am And I don't have to wonder anymore F C Well the angels sang like thunder F C As I felt myself go under F G7 Am Now I don't have to wonder anymore
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