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The Man I Was lyrics and chords

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The Man I Was lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Tracy Lawrence.

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The Man I Was
Recorded by Tracy Lawrence
Written by Paul Nelson, Tony Martin, Mark Nesler

C
Look at me in that photograph
F
Before we were ever us
C
Long before you found someone else
A#7 F C
And broke our sacred trust


I hardly recognize myself
F
Sure has been a while
C
Amazing how much my life has changed
A#7 F C
Since I've worn that smile
A#7 F C
What happened to that smile

F A#7 F
There I am with my head held high
C
My step was quick and my eyes were bright
F A#7 F
Back when I believed in love
G7 C
And would lay my heart on the line

F A#7 F
I don't know which hurts the worst
C F
Losing you or having to see
C
The picture of the man I was
A#7 F C
Before the fool you made of me


I've wasted time here missing you
F
Doubting who I am
C
I can't make you something you're not
A#7 F C
But I can be me again
A#7 F C
Oh deep down I know I can

repeat #3,4


I want to be the man I was
A#7 F C
Before the fool you made of me

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