Discover the joy of playing 'Think Of What You've Done' on your guitar at varying levels of difficulty, thanks to our Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced style tabs. Perfect the art of flatpicking and enrich your musical vocabulary by exploring a multitude of licks hidden in each measure.
Take advantage of the Lick Switcher feature of Tunefox to change the licks for individual measures. With its help, you can appreciate the same song in multiple ways, discover new interpretations of the tune, and personalize the arrangement as per your preference.
The Arrange slider is another great tool that offers an effortless way to set your preferred difficulty level. Swipe it to the left to get a simple, core arrangement with fewer "fill-in" notes. Or, swing it to the right to bring back all the extra notes for a full-fledged arrangement of the song.
Another tip to master 'Think Of What You've Done' is to adjust the tempo using the Tempo Slider. Remember, practice makes perfect, so play along with backing tracks at different speeds to challenge yourself. Select specific measures and repeat them, not forgetting to have fun in the process!
The 'Speed Up' function does an excellent job of gradually increasing the playback tempo. Start at a speed that suits you and let 'Speed Up' take you to higher tempos step by step. This approach is great for gradually improving your speed without feeling overwhelmed.
When practicing 'Think Of What You've Done', always start slow, focus on precision and make sure to enjoy your practice sessions. Remember, learning music is not just about getting the notes right, but also about expressing the emotions behind the melody.
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
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
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