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Daddy What If
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very popular country song recorded by Bobby Bare and Bobby Bare Jr.
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Daddy What If Recorded by Bobby Bare with Bobby Bare Jr. Written by Shel Silverstein
G Am Daddy what if the sun stop shining D7 G G7 What would happen then
C G If the sun stopped shining you'd be so surprised C G You'd stare at the heavens with wide open eyes C G Em And the wind would carry your light to the skies Am D7 G And the sun would start shining again
Am Daddy what if the wind stopped blowing D7 G G7 What would happen then
C G If the wind stopped blowing then the land would be dry C G And your boat wouldn't sail son and your kite couldn't fly C G Em And the grass would see your troubles and she'd tell the wind Am D7 G And the wind would start blowing again
Am But daddy what if the grass stopped growing D7 G G7 What would happen then
C G If the grass stopped growing why you'd probably cry C G And the ground would be watered by the tears from your eyes C G Em And like your love for me the grass would grow so high Am D7 G Yes the grass would start growing again
Am But daddy what if I stopped loving you D7 G What would happen then
C G If you'd stop loving me then the grass would stop growing C G The sun would stop shining and the wind would stop blowing C G Em So you see if you wanna keep this old world a going Am D7 G Em You better start loving me again again Am D7 G You better start loving me again
You hear me Bobby Am D7 G You better start loving me again
You love me Bobby Am D7 G You better start loving me again
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