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I want to say something like this: If I hadn't told you esrlier, thank you for everything.

Is it correctly written (grammar I mean). The past perfect sounds weird to me, so I just want to make sure.

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Generally we don't use tell with phrases of gratitude, we say them. I would use:

If I didn't say it (to you) earlier, thank you for everything.

You don't need the "you" in the first part, because it is implied by the "thank you".

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