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You Know You Are My Sunshine lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's an excellent up tempo country song written by
Harold and Don Reid and recorded by the Statler Brothers.
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Do You Know You Are My Sunshine recorded by The Statler Brothers Written by Harold Reid and Don Reid
G She was standing in the crowd all alone and looking pretty D7 G Listening to the music that we played
She walked up and whispered I leaned down and listened D7 G To the request that she made
C Do you know do you know You Are My Sunshine D7 G D7 She asked so sweet and tenderly G C Do you know You Are My Sunshine D7 G And would you do it one more time for me
Border to border and ocean to ocean D7 G I still look for her every place
Chasing the sunshine each and every night D7 G I’m searching every crowd for her face
She was gone just as quick as the song that she asked for D7 G Taking my sunshine away
But someday when I finally look down and see her D7 G I know just what I’m gonna say
C Do you know do you know You Are My Sunshine D7 G D7 Do you know what your smile did to me G C Do you know You Are My Sunshine D7 G And it looks like you’re always gonna be
C Do you know do you know You Are My Sunshine D7 G D7 Do you know what your smile did to me G C Do you know You Are My Sunshine D7 G And would you do it one more time for me
C D7 G Do you know do you know You Are My Sun-sh-ine
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