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What Would You Do
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What Would You Do lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a beautiful Jim Reeves song. This classic isn't well known, but it's certainly worth learning, it's easy to play.


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What Would You Do
By Jim Reeves
C                          F
You call me a cheater well maybe that's true
    G7                                      C
But if you could hold heaven what would you do
She offered me true love that I never knew
  G7                                      C
I saw the doors to heaven and just walked through
You'll never believe me I tried to be true
         G7                                        C
But with heaven at my fingertips what else could I do
Maybe you'd be different if this happened to you
    G7                                             C
But with your feet in my shoes I wonder what you'd do
If it's wrong to long for lost love then I'm wrong as I can be
    G7                                                             C
You say it's wrong and that may be true but it sure seems right to me
And you say you'd be different if this happened to you
         G7                                       C
But with heaven at your fingertips what would you do


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Classic Country Music Lyrics home | Jim Reeves lyrics

This old country song has similarities to most of Jim Reeves' song, meaning they are short and very very pretty. The chords are not difficult at all, use these What Would You Do lyrics and chords to help you learn to play and sing this fine old song.