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Wonder Where We'd Be Tonight lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very nice Vern Gosdin song to play and sing.
It's not difficult, it's slow and the chords are easy.
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I Wonder Where We'd Be Tonight recorded by Vern Gosdin
C F C Time is sure passing slow Lord it's only half past ten F G7 One too many times tonight you just crossed my mind again G F C I just can't help but wonder why we had that final fight G7 C And if we hadn't given up I wonder where we'd be tonight
F C It's just about all that I can do to keep from picking up the phone F G7 Cause I'm afraid that if you answer I might find you're not alone G F C I can't stand the thought that someone else could make your world seem bright G7 C And if we were still together girl I wonder where we'd be tonight
G7 F C How would it be would you still love the way you used to G7 F G7 Would you believe in me could I still be inside the heart of you C F C Would you take me in your loving arms and make everything alright G7 C And if we were still hanging on I wonder where we'd be tonight
G7 C I just can't get you off my mind God I wonder where you are tonight
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