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The Best Day Recorded by George Strait Written by Dean Dillon and Carson Chamberlain
G D7 We loaded up my old station wagon G With a tent Coleman sleeping bags C Some fishin' poles a cooler of cokes D7 G Three days before we had to be back
Am C D7 When you’re seven you’re in seventh heaven G When you’re going campin' in the wild outdoors Am C As we turned off on that old dirt road D7 He looked at me and swore
G D7 Am C Dad this could be the best day of my life D7 G D7 I’ve been dreamin' day and night about the fun we'll have G G7 C A7 Just me and you doing what I've always wanted to C I'm the luckiest boy alive D7 G B7 C D7 This is the best day of my life
G C His fifteenth birthday rolled around D7 G Classic cars were his thing C When I pulled in the drive with that old 'vette D7 G I thought that boy would go insane
C D7 When you're in your teens your dreams G Revolve around four spinning wheels C G We're not zoned in till it was new again D7 And as he sat behind the wheel
C Standin' in the middle of the room G D7 G Back of the church with our tuxes on C G Lookin' at him I said D7 I can't believe son that you're grown
G D7 Am G He said dad this could be the best day of my life D7 G D7 I’ve been dreamin' day and night of being like you G Am C Am Just me and her watching you and mom I've learned C I'm the luckiest man alive D7 G This is the best day of my life
C I'm the luckiest man alive D7 G This is the best day of my life
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