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A Daisy a Day  Hank Snow

Recorded by Hank Snow (3/4 time)
written by Jud Strunk
[G]He remembers the [D7]first time he [G]met her
He [C]remembered the first thing she [G]said
He [C]remembered the first time he [G]held her
And the [A7]night that she came to his [D7]bed
He [G]remembers her [D7]sweet way of [G]saying
[C]Honey has something gone [G]wrong
He [C]remembered the fun and the [G]teasing
And the reason he [D7]wrote her this [G]song
I'll give you a [D7]daisy a [G]day dear
I'll [C]give you a daisy a [G]day
I'll [C]love you until the [G]rivers run still
And the four winds we [D7]know blow [G]away
They would walk down the [D7]street in the [G]evening
And [C]for years I would see them go [G]by
And [C]their love that was more than the [G]clothes that they wore
[A7]Could be seen in the gleam in their [D7]eyes
As a [G]kid they would [D7]take me for [G]candy
And [C]I'd love to go tagging [G]along
We'd [C]hold hands while we walked the [G]corner
And the old man would [D7]sing her this [G]song
repeat #3
Now he walks down the [D7]street in the [G]evening
And [C]he stops by the old candy [G]store
And I[C] somehow believe he's [G]believing
[A7]He's holding her hand like [D7]before
For he[G] feels all her [D7]love walking with[G] him
And [C]he smiles at the things she might [G]say
Then [C]the old man walks up to the hill [G]top
And gives her a [D7]daisy a [G]day
repeat #3

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