From the single (1969) and the album 'One day at a time' [verse 1] G G/F# Sweet Sir Galahad came in through the window in the .. Em Am night when the moon was in the yard. D D7 He took her hand in his and shook the long hair from his neck D7 Em and he told her she'd been working much too hard. [verse 2] G G/F# It was true that ever since the day her crazy man had passed Em Am away to the land of poet's pride, D D7 she laughed and talked a lot with new people on the block D7 Em but always at evening time she cried. [Chorus] C Bm D D7 And here's to the dawn of their days. [Break instrumental with La la vocal] G G/F# Em Bm C Bm D Em [verse 3] G G/F# She moved her head a little down on the bed until it.. Em Am rested softly on his knee - ee. D D7 And there she dropped her smile and there she sighed awhile, D7 Em and told him all the sadness of those years that numbered three. [verse 4] G G/F# Well you know I think my fate's belated 'cause of all the hours I waited Em Am for the day when I'd no longer cry. D I get myself to work by eight but oh, was I born too late, D Em and do you think I'll fail at every single thing I try? [chorus] C Bm D D7 And here's to the dawn of their days. [verse 5] G G/F# He just put his arm around her and that's the way I found her Em Am eight months later to the day. D D7 Lines of a smile erased the tear tracks upon her face, D7 Em a smile that could linger, even stay. [Outro] G Bm7 Em Bm Sweet Sir Galahad went down with his gay bride of flowers C G D Em the prince of the hours of her lifetime. C Bm D And here's to the dawn of their days, D7 G G/F# Em of their days.