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Do You Think lyrics and chords

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Do You Think lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, this is a very good country song recorded by Don Gibson.

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Do You Think
Recorded by Don Gibson
Written by Lee Emerson

G7 C G7 C F
Do you think the raindrops will ever stop falling
C G7
Do you think the stars will grow dim
C G7 C F
Do you think my teardrops will ever stop flowing
C G7 C
Till I want your love back again

F C
I was a fool when I played with your heart
D7 G7
And brought you the shame that has torn us apart
C G7 C F
Do you think I'll ever get over the sorrow
C G7 C
For being the fool that I've been

F C
I was a fool when I played with your heart
D7 G7
And brought you the shame that has torn us apart
C G7 C F
Do you think I'll ever get over the sorrow
C G7 C
For being the fool that I've been

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