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Preschool Days  Dogwood

"Preschool Days" By Dogwood
Tabbed By Eric Exley
Verse 1:
E* D# C#
E* D#-E*-D#-E*
All the things I've seen couldn't prepare me for what I was about to
E*[D#] D#-E*-D#-[C#]E*
As a little boy, growing up in a world, made for all the big kids and the
big toys...
C# [D#] E*
Sometimes, I'd sit around and wait, play with my toy cars, until the
wheels would turn no more,
D# E* D# E* D#
then I'd think to myself... is my dads[C#] car coming home or will this be
another night, my mom,
E*-D#-E* D#-E* C#
my brother and I, tucking ourselves in?
RIFF 1: play it during the chorus where it says (Riff 1)

[C#](Riff 1) G# [B] A
I learned my alphabet to spell dad, how quickly dad turned to sad, in my
preschool days, and the
B [C#] (Riff 1) G#
rest of my life. My mother did the best that she could, my brother
stayed as strong as he stood, a
father figure to me, my p[A]reschool days.
Verse 2:
E* D#
I remember all the times mom cri[C#]ed, my brother stayed strong by her side,
and I would stand and
E* D# E* D#
E* D#
wonder why there was three when there should be four. Maybe my dad got
lost driving home
E* D#-E*-D#-C#[C#]
and then again it wouldn't make sense, I feel alone.
RIFF 2: play this during the break

So where has he been? He's running out of time. I haven't heard from
him. I hope he's doing fine. Money cannot buy years of missing them.
Daddy gave it up, the kids forgave him.

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