I Think of You Song Lyrics and Chords

Ronnie Reno

 

I Think of You Song Lyrics and Chords by Ronnie Reno

 

[chordpress float=”none” format=”yes” hbnotation=”no” interactive=”no” transpose=”0″]I Think of You
Written and Recorded by Ronnie Reno
[G]There’s not a day goes b[C]y I don’t think[G] of you
I remember the good [Am]times and all we’ve gon[D7]e through
I think of our [G]love [C]I know you do [G]too
Not a day goes [Am]by [D7]I don’t think o[G]f you
[C]Time never stands [Am]still we just hang [G]on
And [C]when [G]I was [Am]weak you kept me [D7]strong
I think of our [G]love and the [C]passion we [G]knew
Not a day goes [Am]by [D7]I don’t think o[G]f you
[C]Time never stands [Am]still time just moves [G]on
And [C]when [G]I was [Am]weak you kept me [D7]strong
When I needed [G]love you [C]needed it [G]too
Not a day goes [Am]by [D7]I don’t think o[G]f you[/chordpress]

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song I Think of You?
– The song I Think of You was sang by Ronnie Reno.

 

Who is Ronnie Reno?
– The Strangers are an American country band that formed in 1966 in Bakersfield, California. They mainly served as the backup band for singer-songwriter Merle Haggard, who named them after his first hit single “(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers”. In addition to serving as his backing band, members of the Strangers also produced many of Haggard’s records, sang lead vocals on select tracks, and co-wrote many of Haggard’s songs with him, including the No. 1 singles, “Okie From Muskogee” and “I Always Get Lucky with You”.
From 1969 to 1973, they issued several records independent of Haggard, released on Capitol Records, and even had their own Top 10 hit single called “Street Singer” on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart. Three members of the Strangers would go on to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Between 1969 and 1987, the Strangers were voted Band of the Year by the Academy of Country Music eight times—more than any other group in history.

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