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A Good Day to Run  Darryl Worley

( Darryl Worley/Bobby Tomberlin )
Verse 1
Intro: G D/F# G
[G]I'm tired of working every day for a dollar.
About to choke on my own blue colla[D/F#]r.
[C/D]This ain't gonna [G]last.
[G]Misled by the grand illusion.
I've come to this conclusio[D/F#]n.
[C/D]I can't make a move too [G]fast.
[Em/D]It was written in the [D/F#]sky today,
[C/D]By the morning [G]sun. It [Em]sure looks like a [D/F#]good day to [G]run.
(go to chorus and 1st. ending)
Verse 2
[G]My baby's been working as a cashier.
She didn't get a vacation this past yea[D/F#]r.
[C/D]Now it won't be [G]long.
[G]We don't need no destination.
Just a tank of gas and a good clear statio[D/F#]n,
[C/D]Playing our favorite [G]song.
[Em/D]There're some places that [D/F#]we ain't been,
[C/D]Some things we ain't [G]done.
And it [Em]sure looks like a [D/F#]good day to [G]run.
(go to chorus and 2nd ending)
[G]Wide open down a [C/D]two-lane highway,
[D/F#]It's about time that some [G]things went my way.
[G]Throwing troubles out [C/D]to the wind and,
I'm [D/F#]praying that they never catch [G]up again.
[G]I'm gonna say my [C/D]worrying days are [D/F#]done.
And [C/D]this looks like a [D]good day to
1st Ending: [C/D] run.[G] [D/F#] [G] (go to verse 2)
2nd Ending: [G] run.[D/F#] (Ins[G]tru[G]men[C/D]tal -[D/F#] first[G] 3 lines of chorus; then sing:)
Yeah, [G]I'm gonna say my [C/D]worrying days are [D/F#]done.
And [C/D]this looks like a [D/F#]good day to [C/D]run___[G].
A [G]good day to [C/D]run__[G]. A [G]good day to [C/D]run.[G]
We [G]got a good good [C/D]day__, Whoa - [G]oh.

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