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Choose from 3 different versions of Think Of What You've Done for bluegrass guitar based on your skill level. The beginner arrangement of this song will teach you a basic melody and from that place you can move to the intermediate tab and then to the advanced version, which will get you playing some more popular bluegrass guitar vocabulary.
Tunefox features unique tools to assist with practicing Think Of What You've Done. "Speed-Up" will gradually increase the tempo of a looped section or the entire song so you can build your technique. When you select "Memory-Train", Tunefox will make the notes disappear from the tab each time the song loops, so you’ll learn how to get off the tab with ease. To isolate a section of the tune, simply click on the measure and it will loop.
The Think Of What You've Done backing tracks that Tunefox offers are a great way for you to practice the arrangement you’ve learned and improvising over the chord changes. You can mix the tracks to meet your needs by changing the volume levels of the guitar, band, and metronome.
Get creative with Think Of What You've Done with the Tunefox lick switcher. The lick switcher gives you an opportunity to learn multiple variations of the song you’re learning within the context of the guitar tab you’re practicing. To use the lick switcher, click on the text that says "Original Measure" above some of the measures in the tab. If you want to see a completely new arrangement of Think Of What You've Done for bluegrass guitar, click on Shuffle Licks in the bottom right corner.
Once you’ve settled on an arrangement of Think Of What You've Done using the Lick Switcher, export your arrangement to a PDF file so you can print it out and take it with you. This is a member-only feature.
Think Of What You've Done lyrics
Is it true that I've lost you
Am I not the only one
After all this pain and sorrow
Darling think of what you've done
VERSE Heart to heart dear how I need you Like the flowers need the dew Loving you has been my life, dear I can't believe we're really through
VERSE I'll go back to old Virginia Where the mountains meet the sky In those hills I learned to love you Let me stay there till I die