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That Dawn The Day You Left Me lyrics and chords are intended for your
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That Dawn The Day You Left Me Recorded by High Country Written by Mintum
G C G C G So early on that morning the moon still way up high C G D7 Though soon enough the sun would warm the colors of the sky G C G I lay awake I could not sleep or even close my eyes C D7 G And dear you seemed so restless too I should have realized
C G C G The house was dark the moonlight was inviting and so strange C G D7 I went out by the window to watch the morning change G C G And just before the break of day the birds began to sing C D7 G And somehow then it came to me just what the day would bring
C G C G That dawn the day you left me was so beautiful and sad C G D7 How could I have turned away from the troubles that we had G C G I know you tried to make me see and no I never would C D7 G Too late that dawn the day you left I finally understood
C G C G A stray old cat did walk the fence outside my window sill C G D7 He stopped and looked my way and then he went without a care G C G I wondered when he'd ramble back or why he ever should C D7 G But I knew that he was just like you and that he never would
C G C G That dawn the day you left me was so beautiful and sad C G D7 How could I have turned away from the troubles that we had G C G Those words you spoke now ring so true just like you said they would C D7 G Too late that dawn the day you left I finally understood
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