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by Gordon Lightfoot.
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Did She Mention My Name Written and recorded by Gordon Lightfoot
G C Am It’s so nice to meet an old friend and pass the time of day D7 G And talk about the hometown a million miles away C Am Is the ice still in the river are the old folks still the same D7 G And by the way did she mention my name
C D7 G Did she mention my name just in passing Em A7 D7 And when the morning came do you remember did she drop a name or two G C Am Is the home team still on fire do they still win all the games D7 G And by the way did she mention my name
C Am Is the landlord still a loser do the signs hang in the hall D7 G Are the young girls still as pretty in the city in the fall C Am Does the laughter on their faces still put the sun to shame D7 G And by the way did she mention my name
C D7 G Did she mention my name just in passing Em A7 D7 And when the talk ran high did the look in her eyes seem far away G C Am Is the old roof still leaking when the late snow turns to rain D7 G And by the way did she mention my name
C D7 G Did she mention my name just in passing Em A7 D7 And looking at the rain do you remember if she dropped a name or two G C Am Won't you say hello from someone they'll be no need to explain D7 G And by the way did she mention my name
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