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Walking In Sunshine Chords
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Date: Fri, 29 Dec 1995 13:05:51 -0600
From: Ken Keefover 
Subject: Walking In The Sunshine by Roger Miller
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Walking In The Sunshine
Written by Roger Miller
c1967 Tree Pub. Co., Inc.

F                                                  C7
Walking In The Sunshine, singing a little sunshine song,
                                               F
Put a smile on your face as if there's nothing wrong.

Think about a good time had a long time ago;
Bb
Think about forgetting about your worries and your woes,
F                        C7                        F
Walking In The Sunshine, singing a little sunshine song.
Bb          F          C7                     F
La la la la la dee oh, Whether the weather be rain or snow,
Bb             F
Pretending can make it real,
  G                C7
A snowy pasture, a green and grassy field.

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About the artist behind Walking In Sunshine Chords:

Roger Dean Miller (January 2, 1936 – October 25, 1992) was an American singer, songwriter and musician, best known for his mid-1960s country/pop hits such as "King of the Road", "Dang Me," and "England Swings." He also wrote the music and lyrics for the Tony-award winning Broadway musical Big River (1985).

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