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Who Did They
Think He Was lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a very pretty country song recorded by Conway Twitty.
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Who Did They Think He Was Recorded by Conway Twitty Written by Richard Leigh and Pat McManus
C F C A child was born in Tupelo in 1935 F C Dm G7 I'm grateful for his music it forever changed my life C F Oh I loved Love Me Tender and how that boy could sing C Am G7 C But when he died I wondered why millions called him King
F G7 C Tell me who did they think who did they think he was F G7 C Who did they think who did they think he was Am G7 F The whole world bowed and prayed but it only made me say C G7 C Who did they think who did they think he was
F C He was born in Massachusetts in 1917 F C Dm G7 The second son of an Irishman oh we all loved Kennedy C F He was brave and strong and handsome a helluva a president C Am G7 C But when he died millions cried like he was heaven sent
F C There was a Child of heaven born in Bethlehem F C Dm G7 Just a simple carpenter with worn and callused hands C F Oh He healed the hearts of many so they nailed Him to a tree C Am G7 C With no one left to mourn his death but the women at His feet
F G7 C Crying who did they think who did they think He was F G7 C Who did they think who did they think He was Am G7 F There was no one left to grieve but the women at His feet C F G7 Am Crying who did they think who did they think He was
C G7 Am Who did they think who did they think He was
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