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Daddy lyrics and chords

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Daddy lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's really a good country song written and recorded by Donna Fargo.

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Daddy
Written and recorded by Donna Fargo

G
Well I'm finally gonna write you that letter
D7
That was owed you for a long long time

I can't say much for me
G
But I do hope that ya'll are doing fine

C
Well how is Berry and Virginia
G
Are they still living down on the farm
D7
You know sometimes I get so lonesome daddy
G
I wish I'd never left home


Are you working hard these days
D7
Are you doing all the things the doctor said you oughta do

Did you sell all your tobacco
G
Did the crops bring in what you thought they would

C
Well I might as well got to the point
G
Last night I tried to call you on the phone
D7
What I'm getting at
G
I guess is if I had the money daddy I'd come home

C G
Cause every night I hear an old southbound train whistle a-blowing
D7 G
And daddy it's calling me home


I've been to New York Chicago
D7
Wheeling West Virginia and Nashville Tennessee

And singers are as thick as fleas on a dog's back
G
By the way how's old Lee

C
And I done changed my name so many times
G
I don't even know who I am
D7
And daddy I sure miss them pinto beans
G
And corn bread and country ham


Now I know I should've listened when you said
D7
I didn't have no business coming way out west

That a girl belongs at home on the farm
G
Where she was born raising younguns like all the rest

C
Well I know it now that's why I'm writing
G
And why I tried to call you on the phone
D7
What I'm really trying to say
G
Is if you'll send me the money I'll come home

C G
Cause every night I hear an old southbound train whistle a-blowing
D7 G
And daddy it's calling me home

C G
Cause every night I hear an old southbound train whistle a-blowing
D7 C G
And daddy it's calling me h-ome

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