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Daylight Chords
Chords for "Daylight"

Date: April 20, 1997  2:44 PM
From: IAN GRANT


Daylight     Written by Raymond Douglas Davies

Intro   D   (D is a near constant pedal note. Lower case letters indicate melody
notes)

D                               G/D          A/D D                
Daylight over the Village Green early in the morning.
D                                   G/D           A/D D
Daylight over the hills and valleys heralding the morning.
D        A/D      D          D          A/D          D
Daylight over the mountains, daylight on the Village Green,
D                 A/D           D    
Daylight over the field and the factories.
G/D     D         G/D   D       G/D        D   G/D (A/D) D
Another night has gone away and here comes yet another   day.

G D   D   e  e  f# f#   G G    A  A    b     b    c   D  D
  See the early morning risers walking round with bleary eyes.
G                                                        e b f#  f# 
  Worn out housewives grit their teeth ignoring new born babies' cries.
b  f#  f# g#   g# a#a# b  b   c#   c#   d#   d#   e f# f#
  Look at all the busy people this way, that way, everywhere
b f# f#  g#    g#   a#   a#    b  b    c#  c#   d#  d#   e  f#  f#
  Biting toast and swallowing tea and breakfast specials on the air.
e    b    D   A   A7   build                                           
Feel that daylight.

D                              G/D             A/D D
Feel the sunlight on my pillow and it stops my yawning.
D                                    G/D         A/D  D
I thank God that I'm still around to see another dawn in.
D      A/D        D        D         A/D            D
Daylight over the valleys, daylight lighting up the trees,
D        A/D      D                                                        
Daylight over the hillside,
G/D     D         G/D    D      G/D     D        G/D  (A/D) D
Smile a smile and sing a song, another night has been and  gone.

G  D  D   D    e e    f#    f#    G
  Middle-aged bankers crack their backs
   G   A    A    b    b         c   D     D                        
  And wish they were young and in their teens,
G                                                 b   
  Lonely spinsters dream of dating Roger Moore or Steve McQueen.
b  f#    f# g# g# a# a#    b b    c#  c#   d#   d#  e f#   f#
  Health fanatics in their attics training for the Empire Games,
b  f#     f#   g#    g# a# a#   b   b    c# c#  d#    d#  e f#f#
   School boys dream of Captain Scarlet, battle ships and aeroplanes.
e    b    D  A    A7    D
Feel that daylight,     Daylight.
D         A/D           D                                     
 Daylight on the Village Green,
D         A/D           D         G                D             
Daylight, Field and the valleys,  Daylight__(ahhhh)__
.
                                     From Preservation Act I

 
 
Kinks - Daylight Chords :: indexed at Ultimate Guitar.
Daylight tabs @ 911Tabs

About the artist behind Daylight Chords:

The Kinks were an English pop/rock group formed in 1963, and categorised as a British Invasion band, along with the other members of the so-called Big Four (The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and The Who). Despite being less commercially successful than these three contemporaries, mostly because of a four-year ban from the United States in the mid-to-late 1960s, the Kinks are cited among them as one of the most important and influential rock bands of all time and have 12 top 40 hits in America.[1]

The band's early hard-driving singles set a standard in the mid-1960s for rock and roll, while albums such as Face to Face,[2] Something Else, The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, Arthur and Muswell Hillbillies are highly regarded by fans, critics, and peers, and are considered amongst the most influential recordings of the era.[3]

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