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Daisy a day  Clark Roy


Date: 4/14/00; 2:14:05 PM
SONG: A Daisy A Day Written by: Jud Strunk Transcription: K. Warner
1. He re-[C]mem-bers the first time he met her [C7], He re-[F]mem-bers the first thing she [C]said. He re-[F]mem-bers the first time he [C]held her And the [D7]night that she came to his [G7]bed. He re-[C]mem-bers her sweet way of say-in' [C7] [F]Hon-ey has some-thin' gone [C]wrong. He re-[F]members the fun and the [C]teas-in' And the rea-son he [G7]wrote her this [C]song. (Chorus)
2. They would [C]walk down the street in the eve-nin' [C7], And for [F]years I would see them go [C]by. And their [F]love that was more than the [C]clothes that they wore Could be [D7]seen in the gleam of their [G7]eye. As a [C]kid they would take me for can-dy [C7] And I'd [F]love to go tag-gin' a-[C]long. We'd hold [F]hands while we walked to the [C]cor-ner And the old man would [G7]sing her his [C]song. (Chorus)
3. Now he [C]walks down the street in the eve-nin' [C7], And he [F]stops by the old can-dy [C]store. And I [F]some-how be-lieve he's be-[C]liev-in' He's [D7]hold-in' her hand like be-[G7]fore. For he [C]feels all her love walk-in' with him [C7] And he [F]smiles at the things she might [C]say Then the [F]old man walks up to the [C]hill-top And he gives her a [G7]dai-sy a [C]day. (Chorus)
Chorus I'll [C]give you a dai-sy a day dear [C7], I'll [F]give you a dai-sy a [C]day. I'll [F]love you un-til the [C]riv-ers [E7]run [Am]still And the [C]four winds we [G7]know blow a-[C]way.


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