Will Be The First Day Of The Rest Of My Life
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Will Be The First Day Of The Rest Of My Life lyrics and chords are
intended for your personal use only, it's an excellent country song
recorded by LaWanda Lindsey.
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Today Will Be The First Day Of The Rest Of My Life Recorded by LaWanda Lindsey Written by Buddy Alan and Jim Shaw G I'm walkin' in fields of clover watchin' clouds go driftin' over D7 Listening as a songbird sings a special song for me
Catchin' all the rays of sunshine breathin' fresh air feelin' real fine G Can't remember when I felt so loose and fancy free
I loved him and I left him though it wasn't my idea you know it G7 C Took a little pushin' from his side G Though it took a little while I soon remembered how to smile D7 C G And today will be the first day of the rest of my life
C G Cause today will be the first day of the rest of my life D7 G I'm gonna start all over and this time I'll do it right C G Thought I couldn't live without him then I saw the light D7 C G And today will be the first day of the rest of my life
At first I thought I had a true one can't remember when I knew one D7 That I loved and trusted like I did that man of mine
Then there came the first suspicions I was sensing new additions G To his list of female friends I estimated nine
He lead me round by chain and collar spent my every dollar G7 C Till I realized I wasn't very bright G I'm so glad I did wake up soon it would have been too late D7 C G And today will be the first day of the rest of my life
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