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very popular song recorded by the Oak Ridge Boys.
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Everyday Recorded by the Oak Ridge Boys Written by Dave Loggins and J.D. Martin C F You know a smile never goes out of style C So brighten up the one that you wear F Let it shine and you just might find C You'll lighten up the load that you bear
Am G7 You know with all the trouble and sorrow in the world F G7 It seems like the least we can do C G7 Just take that smile into the street C And share it with everybody you meet
F Everyday (everyday) I want to shake somebody's hand C F Everyday (everyday) I want make somebody know (that thinks they can)
That they can (yes they can) C G7 Everyday (everyday) I want to try (I want to try) C F C G7 To show my brothers and sisters that I want to help them along the way C F C Everyday everyday
F You know a kind word never goes unheard C But too often goes unsaid F And on the tongue of the old and the young C Gets swallowed up with pride instead
Repeat #2,3 Am C If they're lost I want to show them the sunshine Am C If they’re tossed I want to throw them a lifeline Am C I want the reach out my hand (reach out) a hand to hold F Oh yeah and let 'em know (let 'em know) there's a light G7 (that there's light) down at the end of the road
C Am C If they're lost I want to show them the sunshine Am C If they’re tossed I want to throw them a lifeline
Repeat #3 x2
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