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Daddys Song Chords

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Daddy’s Song 

Intro:  G#  D#  G#  D# 

G#    D#            G#  D# G#            D#               G#  B 
Years ago, I knew a ma-a-a-an, he was my mother's biggest fa-a-an,
           F#              B          F#                     B 
We used to walk beside the sea and he told me how life would be
            F#         B D#
When I grew up to be a man.

G#    D#              G#  D# G#            D#               G#  B
Years ago, we used to pla-a-ay, he used to laugh when I ran away,
           F#               B             F#             B
But when I fell and hurt my knee he would run to comfort me,
        F#             B D#
And the pain would go away.

G#          C#         F#       D#
Pa-pa-pa-pa-pim, pa-pa-ra-pa-ra-ra
G#          C#         F#       D#
Pa-pa-pa-pa-pim, pa-pa-ra-pa-ra-ra
G#         G#7            D#
Pararapum, pararapum, pan pan

Years ago, I knew a boy he was his daddy's pride and joy,
But when the daddy went away it was such a rainy day
That he brought out all his toys.

How the mother did explain, trying to take away the pain,
But he just couldn't understand that his father was not a man
And it all was just a game.

The years have passed and so have I, making it hard for me to cry,
And if and when I have a son let it all be said and done,
Let the sadness pass him by.





by: José Duarte
jtduarte1@gmail.com
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