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I Thought I'd Heard It All Recorded by Ricky Van Shelton Written by Don Pfrimmer, Philip Douglas, Deryl Dodd
G C I heard you cry yourself to sleep G C And wake up in the night and walk the floor D7 And I heard you try to tell me something G D7 Just as I was running out the door
G C And I heard you say I love you G C So many times I can't recall D7 Em D7 But until I heard you tellin' me goodbye G I thought I'd heard it all
C Am Oh I haven't heard the fortress Em C G That I'd built around my ego fall apart Am That self destructing unmistaken D7 Crying of my own broken heart
G C And I heard you whisper little things G C That no one else on earth was meant to hear D7 And I can't believe it's possible G Your whispering in someone else's ear
C Until tonight I didn't know G C How far a grown man could crawl D7 Em D7 Oh until I heard me begging you G I thought I'd heard it all
G D7 No I haven't heard that little voice inside me G C Screaming fool what have you done Em As my tears start to fall D7 Am D7 And I realize the worst is yet to come G Well I thought I'd heard it all
D7 Am D7 Oh I realize the worst is yet to come C G I thought I'd heard it all
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