» » »

What A Day For A Daydream Chords (ver.1)

Artists:  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z # 

What A Day For A Daydream Chords (ver.1)

Jason Castro
Rating:
5/5 (2 votes)

Hard to play? Try these video lessons and learn fast.
                I'm just putting in what he played on the night--Cuz I'm bored--LoLx

Intro:
Dm7-G7-G7(plus a high C [B string, 1st fret])(to know how to strum it Click this

verse1
C               A7        Dm7              G7
What a day for a daydream, what a day for a daydreamin' boy
C                A7     Dm7               G7
and I am lost in daydream, dreamin 'bout my bundle of joy

chorus1             
 F                            C      A7  F                             C     A7
and even if time aint really on my side, it's one of the days for takin' a walk outside
F                             C           A7      G                             G7
I'm blowin' the day to take a walk in the sun, and fall on my face on someone's new-mowed lawn

verse2
C                  A7              Dm7                  G
I've been having a sweet dream, I've been dreaming since I woke up today
C                  A7                Dm7                              G7
It's starring me and my sweet dream, cause she's the one that makes me feel this way

Chorus 2
F                                C      A7    F                         A7            Dm7
and you can be sure that if you're feeling right, a daydream will last you, long into the night
F            C                A7                       G            G7
Tomorrow at breakfast you may prick up your ears, or you may be daydreamin for a thousand years

Verse 3(solemn part) or ending part
C                 A7      Dm7                     G     C-A7-Dm7-    G7
What a day for a daydream...what a day for a daydreamin, bo----ooo----y  ooh ooh--oooohh
End with A C

at last after 30 minutes it's fiished
            
Hard to play? Try these video lessons and learn fast. | Correct




comments powered by Disqus
↑ Back to top | Tablatures and chords are parodies/interpretations of the original songs. You may use it for private study, scholarship, research or language learning purposes only