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Accordion Man Song Lyrics And Guitar Chords. Written by Eric Waterman. A folk song from Newfoundland Canada. The intro music is ''Red River Valley'' and then drifts into ''Galway Bay'' and the last tune is ''You Are My Sunshine'' , a beautifully structured song that incorporates three old songs with a new original tune.

D] I still recall those happy times, it [G] seems like yes- [D] terday,
[D] We would sit close by his side and listen to him [A] play:
[D] Lukey's Boat, I'se The B'y, and [G] that old Gal- [D] way Bay,
[D] Accordion man, I can [A] still hear you [D] play.

[D] Every Sunday afternoon he'd [G] play those gospel [D] songs,
[D] We would sit close by his side and we would sing [A] along;
From [D] Monday to Saturday he'd [G] play those jigs and [D] reels,
[D] Accordion man, how [A] good you made us [D] feel.

[D] I wish I had the power now to [G] change the course of [D] time,
[D] I'd live again those happy days with that friend of [A] mine;
[D] Just to hear him play one more of those [A] old-time melodies,
[D] Accordion man, [A] play again for [D] me


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