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Kenny Chesney - Don't Blink Chords

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Don't Blink Chords

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Kenny Chesney
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                ***Capo 2nd Fret***

Intro: D   G


 I turned on the evening news
Saw a old man bein interviewed
D                            G
Turnin a hundered and two today
They asked him what's the secret to life
He looked up from his old pie
D                          G
Laughed and said all I can say is

      D       A
Don't Blink, just like that
     G                 A
Your six years old and you take a nap
        D                A
And you wake up and your 25
          G                        A
Then your high school sweetheart's become your wife
      D          A
Don't Blink, you just might miss
       G             A
You're babies growin like mine did
D           A
Turnin into moms and dads
     G                     A
Next thing you know you're better half
   Em         D/F#
of 50 years is there in bed
         G                D/F#
And your prayin God takes you instead
Em                D/F#               G               A
Trust me friend, a hundred years goes faster than you think
         D      G      D       G
So Don't Blink

 Well I was glued to my T.V.
When it looked like he looked at me
         D                                G
And said, "Best start puttin first things first"
Cuz when your hour glass runs outta sand
You can't flip it over start again
D                                            G
Take every breath God gives you for what it's worth


Solo: D    G    D    G

So I been tryin to slow it down
I've been tryin to take it in
In this here today gone tommorrow world
We're livin in


D    G    D    G    D    G
through fade
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