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