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I Wrote Your Name lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use only, this is a very good country song recorded by Jack Greene.
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Where I Wrote Your Name Recorded by Jack Greens Written by Beau Garrett
C G7 Looking back on yesteryears F C The time so warm and true F C My pride my joy my baby boy D7 G7 You were only two C G7 I heard daddy can I help F C From the time he touched the ground F C Am So I placed your hands in the wet cement F C And wrote your name down
Am Em I wrote your name with all my love F C In the foundation I call home Am Em And you'll take a part of my heart F G7 No matter where you roam F G7 And you may wonder how my love C Am Will always stay the same G7 F G7 C F C It still lives in the place where I wrote your name
G7 F C Now the image of my youth is staring back at me F C It's pride less joy this careless boy D7 G7 Has wrecked dad's trust it seems C G7 With honest eyes he stands straight up F C And helps me unrehearsed F C Am All the damage he has done F G7 C And now waits for the word
Am Now my days are numbered C F As I'm at life’s end Em D7 And to right all the wrongs I've done G7 C Oh where would I begin G7 F C F Then I heard a voice say my loves still the same C Am And it lives in the place F C Where I wrote your name
Am Em I wrote you name with my own blood F C In the heavens I call home Am Em And I had your heart right from the start F G7 No matter where you roam F G7 Now you know how a father's love C Am G7 Can always stay the same F G7 Am It still lives in the place where I wrote your name G7 F G7 C F C It still lives in the place where I wrote your name
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