I Wouldn't Take A Million Dollars (For A Single Maple Leaf)
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I Wouldn't Take A Million Dollars (For A Single Maple Leaf) Written and recorded by Roy Payne
C I've seen a lot of sadness F In the countries of this world C And I've seen the staving faces G7 Of a million boys and girls
C And I've walked the war torn country side F And the bloody battered streets C Where young men fought a died G7 C Because they wanted to be free
When you think you've got troubles F You just listen to the news C And I'm sure you'll realize my friends G7 Your troubles they are few
C Compared to those of others F In the countries of this world C Why we’re living in a paradise G7 C A rare and priceless world
F And as I watch my children C Playing freely with their friends F I thank God for this country C G7 It’s the best we’re living in
C And there are no cries of fighting solders F Dying on our streets C I wouldn't take a million dollars G7 C For a single maple leaf
Yes friends we've got so much to be grateful for F All across this beautiful land C From the mighty Pacific Ocean G7 Right down to the shores of new found land
C And tonight when your children F Pray down on their knees C You ask them to ask God to bless Canada G7 C And forever keep us free
F C I wouldn't take a million dollars G7 F Fm C For a single maple leaf
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