Where`ve I Been All My Life George Strait Intro G D Em F#m Bm G D Em7 Been down the road
To work and back F#m7 G Been in what I thought was love a few times D But every once in a while F#m7 Bm Em7 I stop and ask A7 D Where`ve I been all my life Em7 These days broccoli don`t taste so bad F#m G And neither does swallowin` my pride D F#m7 Bm Em7 And I`m agreein` more and more with my old man Em D Em F#m Where`ve I been all my life G Some years are clear F#m Em And some a little blurry Em7 D Bm Man how they fly by Mom and dad F#m Bm7 Em Sure got old in a hurry A Where`ve I been all my life
D Been learnin` that forgiveness Em7 Is as much for myself F#m7 Gmaj7 As it is for the other guy D And I read the good book Bbdim Bm Em These days and believe it Em7 D Where`ve I been all my life Em7 F#m7 G D F# Bm Em7 A7 D Em F#m G Some years are clear F#m Em And some a little blurry A7 D Bm Man how they fly by Mom and dad Bb Em7 Em6 Sure got old in a hurry A Where`ve I been all my life D Em I heard What a Wonderful World F#m By Louis Armstrong G And brought a tear to my eyes D After all these years F#7 Bm G I finally get that song A7 D Em7 F#m7 G Em7 D Where`ve I been all my life
Whereve I Been All My Life Is from the album Twang and is the twenty-sixth studio album by American country music artist George Strait. It was released on August 11, 2009, via MCA Nashville, the same label to which Strait has been signed since 1981. It is produced by Tony Brown. As of the chart dated January 8, 2011, the album has sold 662,023 copies in the US.