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Martina McBride - Today I Started Loving You Again (Chord)
Album: Timeless (2005)
Submitter: EMRLDEYZS (23) on 10/7/05 2 comments
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INTRO:   D

D               G           D
Today I started loving you again
        D                     G             D
And I'm right back where I've really always been
      D             D7             G                D
I got over you just long enough to let my heartache mend
       D               A           D
Then today, I started loving you againstyle='font-size:1px;color:#ffffff;'>

 
       D              G               D
What a fool I was to think I could get by
     D                               A
With only these few millions tears I cry
  D                     G                D
I should have known the worst was yet to come
          D              A            D
And that crying time for me had just begun


      D               G           D
Cause today I started loving you again
        D                     G             D
And I'm right back where I've really always been
      D             D7             G                D
I got over you just long enough to let my heartache mend
       D              A           D
Then today I started loving you again



BREAK:  D  G  D  D  G  D


      D             D7             G                D
I got over you just long enough to let my heartache mend
       D               A           D
Then today, I started loving you againstyle='font-size:1px;color:#ffffff;'>
       D              A           D     
Ohh today, I started loving you again 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
i think where the the d7 is , should be a c/g , i could be wrong there are so many other instruments doing other things

-bobguitarman | 1/31/2006
according to a tab of the original it's a d7
-EMRLDEYZS | 1/31/2006
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