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Unanswered Prayers Recorded by Garth Brooks Written by Pat Alger, Larry Bastian, Garth Brooks
C F Just the other night at a hometown football game C Am Dm G My wife and I ran into my old high school flame F Em Am F And as I introduced them the past came back to me Dm Em F G And I couldn't help but think of the way things used to be
C F She was the one that I'd wanted for all times C Am Dm G And each night I'd spend prayin' that God would make her mine F Em Am F And if he'd only grant me this wish I wished back then Dm Em G I'd never ask for anything again
C Em F G Sometimes I thank God for unanswered prayers C Am Dm G Remember when you're talkin' to the Man upstairs C Em F D7 And just because he doesn't answer doesn't mean he don't care C Am Dm G C Some of God's greatest gifts are unanswered prayers
F She wasn't quite the angel that I remembered in my dreams C Am And I could tell that time had changed me Dm G In her eyes too it seemed F Em We tried to talk about the old days Am F There wasn't much we could recall Dm Em G I guess the Lord knows what he's doin' after all
F Em Am And as she walked away I looked at my wife Dm Em And then and there I thanked the good Lord F G For the gifts in my life
C Em F G Sometimes I thank God for unanswered prayers C Am Dm G Remember when you're talkin' to the Man upstairs C Em F D7 That just because he may not answer doesn't mean he don't care C Am Dm G Some of God's greatest gifts are unanswered C Am Dm G Some of God's greatest gifts are all too often unanswered C Am Dm G C F G C Some of God's greatest gifts are unanswered prayers
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