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SONG  LISTED BELOW  IN VARIOUS KEYS 
Hope you enjoy my interpretation of this song ...Garry Smythe
Please e mail any corrections to:-  g.smythe@sky.com
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Daydream Believer – Monkees
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Monkees Sing this in the key of  G
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Introduction

G     C
G     C
VERSE 1
             G                Am          Bm                C
Oh, I could hide 'neath the wings, of the bluebird as she sings
    G                Em               Am    D7
The six o'clock a - larm would never ring
      G            Am               Bm              C
But it rings and I rise,  wipe the sleep out of my eyes
     G      Em      Am     D7      G        G7
The shavin' razor's cold, and it stings

Chorus

C           D     Bm    C         D7      Em      C
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
G              C             G      Em      A7     D7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?



VERSE 2
G                   Am        Bm                  C
You once thought of me, as a white knight on his steed
G                Em          Am    D7
Now you know how happy I can be
            G                    Am              Bm           C
Oh, and our good times start and end,  without dollar one to spend
     G         Em     Am     D7      G     G7
But how much   baby   do we really  need?


CHORUS

C           D     Bm    C         D7      Em      C
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
G              C             G      Em      A7     D7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

C           D     Bm    C         D7      Em      C
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
G              C             G      Em      A7     D7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?


INSTRUMENTAL

G   C
G   C

CHORUS

C           D     Bm    C         D7      Em      C
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
G              C             G      Em      A7     D7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

C           D     Bm    C         D7      Em      C
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
G              C             G      Em      A7     D7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?        AND FADE

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Introduction

C     F    
C     F

VERSE 1
             C                Dm          Em                F
Oh, I could hide 'neath the wings, of the bluebird as she sings
    C                Am               Dm    G7
The six o'clock a - larm would never ring
      C            Dm               Em              F
But it rings and I rise,  wipe the sleep out of my eyes
     C      Am      Dm     G7      C        C7
The shavin' razor's cold, and it stings

Chorus

F           G     Em    F         G7      Am      F
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
C              F             C      Am      D7     G7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?


VERSE 2
C                   Dm        Em                  F
You once thought of me, as a white knight on his steed
C                Am          Dm    G7
Now you know how happy I can be
            C                    Dm              Em           F
Oh, and our good times start and end,  without dollar one to spend
     C         Am     Dm     G7      C     C7
But how much   baby   do we really  need?


CHORUS

F           G     Em    F         G7      Am      F
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
C              F             C      Am      D7     G7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

F           G     Em    F         G7      Am      F
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
C              F             C      Am      D7     G7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?


INSTRUMENTAL

C   F
C   F

CHORUS

F           G     Em    F         G7      Am      F
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
C              F             C      Am      D7     G7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

F           G     Em    F         G7      Am      F
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
C              F             C      Am      D7     G7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?        AND FADE

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Introduction

D     G
D     G

VERSE 1

             D                Em          F#m               G
Oh, I could hide 'neath the wings, of the bluebird as she sings
    D                Bm               Em    A7
The six o'clock a - larm would never ring
      D            Em               F#m             G
But it rings and I rise,  wipe the sleep out of my eyes
     D      Bm      Em     A7      D        D7
The shavin' razor's cold, and it stings

Chorus

G           A     F#m   G         A7      Bm      G
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
D              G             D      Bm      E7     A7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?


VERSE 2

D                   Em        F#m                 G
You once thought of me, as a white knight on his steed
D                Bm          Em    A7
Now you know how happy I can be
            D                    Em              F#m          G
Oh, and our good times start and end,  without dollar one to spend
     D         Bm     Em     A7      D     D7
But how much   baby   do we really  need?


CHORUS

G           A     F#m   G         A7      Bm      G
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
D              G             D      Bm      E7     A7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

G           A     F#m   G         A7      Bm      G
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
D              G             D      Bm      E7     A7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?


INSTRUMENTAL

D   G
D   G

CHORUS

G           A     F#m   G         A7      Bm      G
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
D              G             D      Bm      E7     A7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

G           A     F#m   G         A7      Bm      G
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
D              G             D      Bm      E7     A7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?        AND FADE

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Introduction

E     A
E     A

VERSE 1

             E                F#m         G#m               A
Oh, I could hide 'neath the wings, of the bluebird as she sings
    E                C#m              F#m   B7
The six o'clock a - larm would never ring
      E            F#m              G#m             A
But it rings and I rise,  wipe the sleep out of my eyes
     E      C#m     F#m    B7      E        E7
The shavin' razor's cold, and it stings

Chorus

A           B     G#m   A         B7      C#m     A
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
E              A             E      C#m     F#7    B7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

VERSE 2

E                   F#m       G#m                 A
You once thought of me, as a white knight on his steed
E                C#m         F#m   B7
Now you know how happy I can be
            E                    F#m             G#m          A
Oh, and our good times start and end,  without dollar one to spend
     E         C#m    F#m    B7      E     E7
But how much   baby   do we really  need?


CHORUS

A           B     G#m   A         B7      C#m     A
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
E              A             E      C#m     F#7    B7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

A           B     G#m   A         B7      C#m     A
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
E              A             E      C#m     F#7    B7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?


INSTRUMENTAL

E   A
E   A

CHORUS

A           B     G#m   A         B7      C#m     A
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
E              A             E      C#m     F#7    B7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

A           B     G#m   A         B7      C#m     A
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
E              A             E      C#m     F#7    B7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?        AND FADE

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Introduction

F     Bb
F     Bb

VERSE 1

             F                Gm          Am                Bb
Oh, I could hide 'neath the wings, of the bluebird as she sings
    F                Dm               Gm    C7
The six o'clock a - larm would never ring
      F            Gm               Am              Bb
But it rings and I rise,  wipe the sleep out of my eyes
     F      Dm      Gm     C7      F        F7
The shavin' razor's cold, and it stings

Chorus

Bb          C     Am    Bb        C7      Dm      Bb
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
F              Bb            F      Dm      G7     C7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

VERSE 2

F                   Gm        Am                  Bb
You once thought of me, as a white knight on his steed
F                Dm          Gm    C7
Now you know how happy I can be
            F                    Gm              Am           Bb
Oh, and our good times start and end,  without dollar one to spend
     F         Dm     Gm     C7      F     F7
But how much   baby   do we really  need?


CHORUS

Bb          C     Am    Bb        C7      Dm      Bb
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
F              Bb            F      Dm      G7     C7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

Bb          C     Am    Bb        C7      Dm      Bb
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
F              Bb            F      Dm      G7     C7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?


INSTRUMENTAL

F   Bb
F   Bb

CHORUS

Bb          C     Am    Bb        C7      Dm      Bb
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
F              Bb            F      Dm      G7     C7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

Bb          C     Am    Bb        C7      Dm      Bb
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
F              Bb            F      Dm      G7     C7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?        AND FADE

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Introduction

A     D
A     D
VERSE 1

             A                Bm          C#m               D
Oh, I could hide 'neath the wings, of the bluebird as she sings
    A                F#m              Bm    E7
The six o'clock a - larm would never ring
      A            Bm               C#m             D
But it rings and I rise,  wipe the sleep out of my eyes
     A      F#m     Bm     E7      A        A7
The shavin' razor's cold, and it stings

Chorus

D           E     C#m   D         E7      F#m     D
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
A              D             A      F#m     B7     E7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

VERSE 2

A                   Bm        C#m                 D
You once thought of me, as a white knight on his steed
A                F#m         Bm    E7
Now you know how happy I can be
            A                    Bm              C#m          D
Oh, and our good times start and end,  without dollar one to spend
     A         F#m    Bm     E7      A     A7
But how much   baby   do we really  need?


CHORUS

D           E     C#m   D         E7      F#m     D
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
A              D             A      F#m     B7     E7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

D           E     C#m   D         E7      F#m     D
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
A              D             A      F#m     B7     E7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?


INSTRUMENTAL

A   D
A   D

CHORUS

D           E     C#m   D         E7      F#m     D
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
A              D             A      F#m     B7     E7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?

D           E     C#m   D         E7      F#m     D
Cheer up, sleepy Jean,  oh what   can it  mean,   to a 
A              D             A      F#m     B7     E7
Daydream be - liever and a  home - coming queen?        AND FADE

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Samuel Clayton wrote on November 9 2013, 04:29 pm

I'd forgotten how much I like this song. Thanks amigo! Don't believe I would have ever enjoyed getting back into the guitar like I have without folks like you doing the work!

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sunnystrat wrote on August 10 2015, 11:38 am, edited at 11:38 am

Garry, Thanks for the contribution, it sounds really good. I do have 1 suggestion/correction. I think the instrumental is G C, G D, Possibly D7 instead of D?

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