Here you will find 3 different ways to play Think Of What You've Done on mandolin. The beginner Think Of What You've Done tab will show you how to play the basic melody line. Once you feel comfortable playing that then move on to learning the intermediate arrangement, which will teach you how to incorporate more 16th notes. Finally, the advanced Think Of What You've Done tab shows you how to really show your playing off with some flash bluegrass licks all based on the melody.
There are a ton of tools in the Tunefox app that will help you learn Think Of What You've Done tabs more efficiently and effectively. Use the tempo control slider to slow down the whole song, or isolate problematic measures. You can also activate the "Speed Up" tool to speed up isolated measures each time they loop. Use the "Memory Train" tool to hide more and more notes each time you play through the song.
If you ever wondered how to play Think Of What You've Done on mandolin more creatively, try changing out the licks! Most of the measures can be changed into a different style, so you can gain an understanding of how other musicians may approach this tune. You can also shuffle all of the licks in the song to create a unique arrangement of the entire tab.
The backing tracks included in all tab versions of Think Of What You've Done are a great tool for practicing the melody or improvisation. Go to Settings to change the volume levels of the mandolin, full band tracks, and metronome to suit your practice needs.
If you’re a Tunefox member, you have the ability to export your arrangement to a PDF file.
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