I Don't Have to Wonder Garth Brooks
( Intro) D G D G Bm A G Em
( Verse I )
[D]Drove to the churc[G]h [D] in my suite and ti[G]e [D]But I just couldn't [G]bring
myself to [A]go inside[D]
So I sat alon[G]e in my [A]truck across the stre[Bm]et watched that
[G]chauffeur smokin' cigarettes by that [A]long white limousine
[D]I could just imag[G]ine what was [A]going on in ther[Bm]e [G]sunlight streamin' through the
stained glass and those [A]flowers in your hair
And in [Bm]less time than it takes a tear to [D]fall those bells [G]rang loud as
and they [G]opened up the [D]doors now [G]I don't have to [A]wonder anymor[D]e
[D]Laughin' and a crying[G],' [D]tossin' that bouque[G]t. [D]And when you got in that [G]limo
I drove [A]off the other way[D]. And I still don't [G]know, why things [A]happened like
they d[Bm]id. But I [G]parked that old pick-up on that [A]lonesome river bridge. [D]I
took your ring from my pock[G]et, and I [A]held it one last time[Bm]. I [G]watched that
diamond sparkle, I [A]drew back and I let her fly.
And in [Bm]less time than it takes a tear to [D]fall, Oh, that old [G]ring went [D]under.
Lord, [G]now it's gone for [D]sure, and [G]I don't have to w[A]onder anymore.[D]..
[D]Well the ang[G]els sang like thu[D]nder as I f[G]elt myself go u[D]nder now [G]I don't
have to w[A]onder anymore
The End. Hope You Liked It.