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Told You So lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
it's a wonderful song recorded by Randy Travis and later by Carrie
Underwood. For many of us amateurs, it takes some practice, but it's
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I Told You So Recorded by Randy Travis Written by Randy Bruce Traywick
C Em Suppose I called you up tonight and told you that I loved you F G7 C And suppose I said I wanna come back home F C Em Am And suppose I cried and said I think I finally learned my lesson D7 G7 And I'm tired of spending all my time alone
C Em If I told you that I realized you're all I ever wanted F G7 C And it's killing me to be so far away F C Em Am Would you tell me that you love me too and would we cry together D7 G7 Or would you simply laugh at me and say
C Em F I told you so oh I told you so Dm G7 I told you someday you would come crawling back C G7 And asking me to take you in C Em F I told you so but you had to go Dm G7 C Now I found somebody new and you will never break my heart in two again
Em If I got down on my knees and told you I was yours forever F G7 C Would you get down on yours too and take my hand F C Em Am Would we get that old time feeling would we laugh and talk for hours D7 G7 The way we did when our love first began C Em Would you tell me that you'd missed me to and that you'd been so lonely F G7 C And you waited for the day that I returned F C Em Am And we'd live in love forever and that I'm your one and only D7 G7 Or would you say the table's finally turned
Would you say... repeat #3
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