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Fields Of Daisies

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Fields Of Daisies By Tommy Sands. Lyrics and chords fit Tommy Sands’ version from his album ‘Let The Circle Be Wide’(use capo on 3rd fret) Guitar work by Marc.

Intro: G-G-C-G   D-D-G-G   C-G-C-G   D-D-G-G-G-G

 

As [D]I was walking [G]down a lane a[D]mong the fields of [G]daisies

A [C]maiden [Am]fair was [G]standing there with [D7]sadness in her [G]gazing -G

A [D]stranger then came [G]into view, her [D]beauty he was [G]praising

My [C]Johnny’s [Am]gone a[G]way, she cried, and [D7]no one can re[G]place him -G

 

Chorus

And [G]well do I [C]mind the [G]days when [D]love was free and [G]easy

Well do I [C]mind the [G]days a[D]mong the fields of [G]daisies

 

[D]Oh Mary dear, he [G]said to her, [D]do you not re[G]member

[C]I’m your [Am]Johnny, [G]home again, and [D7]never more we’ll [G]sever -G

And [D]Mary, did you [G]hear the news, there’s [D]been a new a[G]greement

And [C]all the [Am]ones who [G]had to leave are [D7]now returning [G]freely -G

 

Chorus

 

[D]Oh you are not the [G]one, she cried, [D]your eyes are filled with [G]troubles

My [C]Johnny [Am]had a [G]gentle soul, a [D7]heart so full of [G]loving -G

And [D]cursed be the [G]cruel day that [D]gave your mind its [G]reasons

That [C]led you [Am]from the [G]gentle ways a[D7]mong the fields of [G]daisies -G

 

Instrumental Chorus twice

 

[D]Oh Mary dear, ‘twas [G]all for you  [D]to save our home from [G]danger

But [C]all the [Am]dreams are [G]lost in vain if [D7]I am now a [G]stranger -G

But [D]bitter days bring [G]learning ways, it’s [D]only you can [G]save me

If [C]you would [Am]hold me [G]one more time  a[D7]mong the fields of [G]daisies -G

 

Chorus + Intro

 

As [D]I was walking [G]down the lane a[D]mong the fields of [G]daisies

I [C]saw two [Am]lovers [G]standing there so [D7]tenderly em[G]bracing -G

Ah [D]Johnny’s gone a[G]way, she cried, there’s [D]no one can re[G]place him

So [C]let me [Am]hold you [G]one more time a[D7]mong the fields of [G]daisies -G

 

Chorus twice

Chorus fading

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