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lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use, it was a very
popular song for Bill Anderson. It has two verses that are spoken, just
strum the chords and enjoy this country classic.
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Still written and recorded by Bill Anderson C C7 Still though you broke my heart F Still though were far apart C G7 I love you still C C7 Still after all this time F Still you're still on my mind C G7 F C I love you st-ill Spoken:
I lost count of the hours and I've lost track of the days F In fact I've lost just about everything since you went away C Everything that is except the memories you left me G7 And that's one thing no man can ever mar C I don't know who you're with I don't even know where you are F My only hope is that someday you might hear this song C And you'll know I wrote it especially for you G7
C And I love you wherever you are repeat #1 Spoken:
This flame in my heart is like a torch of fire F For everyday it burns hotter and everyday it burns brighter C And I haven't been able to put out one little flicker G7 Not even with all of these tears C My friends say I'm crazy and maybe I am F But I'll carry this torch just as long as I can C For someday you just might decide to come home G7
C And I want you to know I'm still here repeat #1
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called Whispering Bill Anderson because of his soft voice, but he
enjoyed a very successful career. He is probably best known for the
many quality songs that he wrote, both for himself and for many other
artists. Copy and Paste Still lyrics and chords, it's easy to learn.