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Mark Chesnutt guitar chords for Ill think of something

Ill Think Of Something chords


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Ill Think Of Something chords by Mark Chesnutt

Ill Think of Something` is a song written by Bill Rice and Jerry Foster, which has been recorded by American country music singers Hank Williams, Jr. and Mark Chesnutt. Hank Williams, Jr. was the first artist to record the song. His version was a number seven country hit and the first single from his 1974 album Living Proof. Chesnutts version is the second single released from his 1992 album Longnecks & Short Stories.

It peaked at number one in both the United States and Canadian Country music charts.An earlier fade marks the difference between the version released for radio airplay and 7-inch single release, and the longer album version.

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  • Tuning: Standard tuning
  • Difficulty: Novice
I`ll Think Of Something
Mark Chesnutt


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  D chord diagramDD                   F#m7 chord diagramF#m7F#m7           Bm chord diagramBmBm    A6 chord diagramA6A6
I don`t know how I`ll get her off my mind
            G chord diagramGG
But give me time
                  D chord diagramDD         Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7
And I`ll think of somethin`

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I can`t say today that I`m all right
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But by tonight
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I`ll think of somethin`


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I`ll find so many things to do
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That I won`t have the time to think of her
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And then if she`s still on my mind
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I`ll try to drink enough to drown the hurt
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And if that don`t work
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I`ll think of somethin`


      D chord diagramDD           F#m7 chord diagramF#m7F#m7              Bm chord diagramBmBm    A chord diagramAA
Where do I go for love that I still need
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Now that I`m free
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I`ll think of somethin`


    D chord diagramDD             F#m7 chord diagramF#m7F#m7        Bm chord diagramBmBm   A chord diagramAA
And if someday by accident we meet
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And I can`t speak
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Well I`ll think of somethin`


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If I can`t say a word to her
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I`ll blame it on this lump that`s in my throat
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And standin` there


What will I do
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To hide my love enough that it won`t show
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I don`t know
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But I`ll think of somethin`

     F#m7 chord diagramF#m7F#m7    G chord diagramGG
Well I don`t know

  D chord diagramDD                   F#m7 chord diagramF#m7F#m7           Bm chord diagramBmBm    A chord diagramAA
I don`t know how I`ll get her off my mind
            G chord diagramGG
But give me time
                  D chord diagramDD         Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7  D chord diagramDD  Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7  D chord diagramDD
And I`ll think of somethin`

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