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Daydream Chords (ver.2)

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Daydream Chords (ver.2)

Paolo Nutini
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                Verse
C                A7      
 what a day for a daydream,
D7                G
what a day for a daydreaming boy
C                 A7       
and I'm lost in a daydream, 
D7                  G
dreamin' `bout my bundle of joy

Chorus
F             D7                 C     A7
 and even if time ain't really on my side
F                   D7                 C       A7
 it's one of those days for takin' a walk outside
F                D7             C           A7
 I'm blowin the day to take a walk in the sun
G7                                  G7
 and follow my face on somebody's new mowed lawn

Verse
C                  A7            
I've been havin' a sweet dream
D7                     G
I been dreamin' since I woke up today
C                    A7         
It starred me and my sweet-pea,
D7                           G
cuz she's the one makes me feel this way

Chorus
F             D7                 C    A7
 and even if time is passin me by a lie
F                 D7              C              A7
 I couldn't care less about the dues you say I got
F               D7                C           A7
 tomorrow I'll pay the dues for droppin' my load
G7                               G7
 a pie in the face for being a sleepy bo-do


{whistling solo, dust go with the verse chords)

Chorus
F               D7                    C       A7
 and you can be sure that if you're feelin' right
F                 D7          C        A7
 a daydream will last along into the night
F             D7                 C            A7
 tomorrow at breakfast you may pick up your ears
G7                                 G7
 or you may be daydreamin' for a thousand years...

Outro
C                A7         
what a day for a daydream,
F                 G             C      C-G-C
what a day for a daaay-dreamin' boy
            
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