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Chasin' A Rainbow lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a very good country song recorded by Hank Snow.
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Chasin' A Rainbow Recorded by Hank Snow Written by Ted Harris
C G D7 G C G D7 G (Chasin' a Rainbow till the day that I d-i-e)
D7 Rain starts to fall and the sun fades away C G Memories start calling another new day D7 It's hard to keep tryin' to reach for a star C G With no one beside me but my old guitar
C D7 C But I gotta keep movin' I know how you tried G D7 G Chasin' a Rainbow 'till the day that I die
D7 Just thinkin' over the years of my life C G My many proud moments my struggles and strife D7 The days of good fortune when a good gal was mine C G How foolish of me to have left her behind
D7 My mind keeps on wanderin' over things in my past C G The money I made but couldn't make last D7 The vows that I've broken the lies that I told C G Mistakes that I've made in my quest for life's gold
D7 How often I think of the things I have missed C G All the girls that I knew that I never kissed D7 All the dares that were offered and never did try C G Lost many good memories how foolish was I
D7 Of prairies and houses I've left them behind C G I had for my wish the best life of mine D7 From old California to the cold eastern sea C G Then back through the southlands to old Tennessee
C D7 C But I gotta keep movin' I know how you tried G D7 G C G D7 G Chasin' a Rainbow 'till the day that I die
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