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Always On My Mind Chords

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Always On My Mind
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by Willie Nelson


[Verse 1]

D              A
Maybe I didn't love you
Bm       D          G            A
Quite as often as I could have
D                  A
And maybe I didn't treat you
Bm       D         Em7
Quite as good as I should have


[Verse 2]

G                  D
If I made you feel second best
G         D           Em
Girl, I'm sorry I was blind
A            Bm     A7    D     Em    F#m
But you were always on my mind
G        A7           D     G     A
You were always on my mind


[Verse 3]

D              A
Maybe I didn't hold you
Bm       D          G            A
All those lonely, lonely times
D                  A
And I guess I never told you
Bm       D         Em7
I'm so happy that you're mine


[Verse 4]

G                  D
Little things I should have said and done
G         D           Em
I just never took the time
A            Bm     A7    D     Em    F#m
You were always on my mind
G        A7           D     G     A
You were always on my mind


[Bridge]

D     A  Bm    D
Tell     me
G                 D                 Em    G    A7
Tell me that your sweet love hasn't died
D     A  Bm
Give     me
D       G                  D              Em
Give me one more chance to keep you satisfied
     A             D
I'll keep you satisfied


~Greg Vaughn  ~
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1600sensible 10 Apr 07, 2012 09:18 PM

will didnt write this

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indif187 10 Mar 16, 2013 12:21 AM

"Always on My Mind" is an American country music song by Johnny Christopher, Mark James and Wayne Carson, recorded first by Brenda Lee in 1972.
Allmusic lists over 300 recorded releases of the song in versions by dozens of performers.[1] While Brenda Lee's version had stalled at #45 on the country charts in 1972, other performers would reach the top 20 in the United States and elsewhere with their own versions: Elvis Presley in 1972; John Wesley Ryles in 1979; Willie Nelson's Grammy Award winning version in 1982; Pet Shop Boys in 1987

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Elder_McCrazy 10 Nov 27, 2013 09:52 AM

Does it even matter?

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