( Intro) C F C F Am G F Dm ( Verse I ) C F C F C F Drove to the church in my suite and tie But I just couldn't bring G C myself to go inside F G Am So I sat alone in my truck across the street watched that F G chauffeur smokin' cigarettes by that long white limousine C F G Am F I could just imagine what was going on in there sunlight streamin' through the G stained glass and those flowers in your hair Am C F And in less time than it takes a tear to fall those bells rang loud as C thunder F C F G C and they opened up the doors now I don't have to wonder anymore (VERSE II) C F C F C F Laughin' and a crying,' tossin' that bouquet. And when you got in that limo G C F G I drove off the other way. And I still don't know, why things happened like Am F G C they did. But I parked that old pick-up on that lonesome river bridge. I F G Am F took your ring from my pocket, and I held it one last time. I watched that G diamond sparkle, I drew back and I let her fly. Am C F C And in less time than it takes a tear to fall, Oh, that old ring went under. F C F G C Lord, now it's gone for sure, and I don't have to wonder anymore... C F C F C F Well the angels sang like thunder as I felt myself go under now I don't G have to wonder anymore The End. Hope You Liked It.