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Best Of Intentions Written and recorded by Travis Tritt
Em C D7 I had big plans for our future Em C G Said I'd give you the whole world somehow Em C D7 I tried making good on that promise Em C G Thought I'd be so much further by now
C D7 Never could build you a castle C Cm Even though you're the queen of my heart G C D7 G But I've had the best of intentions from the start
Em C D7 Now some people think I'm a loser Em C G Cause I seldom get things right Em C D7 But you make me feel like a winner Em C G When you wrap me in your arms so tight
C D7 Please tell me you will remember C Cm No matter how much I do wrong G C D7 G That I had the best of intentions all along
Em D7 I gave you a ring and I promised you things G I always thought we'd do F C But my best-laid plans slipped right through my hands D7 To show my love for you
Em C And if you could read my heart G C Then you'd know without exception Am C D7 G It was all with the best of intentions
Em C D7 So here I am asking forgiveness Em C G And praying that you'll understand Em C D7 Don't think I take you for granted Em C G Girl I know just how lucky I am
C D7 Though you deserve so much better C Cm You won't find devotion more true G C Cause I've had the best of intentions G C Girl I've had the best of intentions G C D7 Em C D7 Yes I've had the best of intentions loving you Em C G Oh oh
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