Dayton Ohio

Randy Newman

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Tono: G
Intro: Gmaj7

Verso 1:

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 Sing a song, of long ago,
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When things were green, and movin' 
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slow.
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 And people'd stop to say hel-lo,
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 or they'd say "hi" to you.

Refrão 1:

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"Would you like to come over for 
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tea,
A7 D7 With the missus and me?" G G7 It's a real nice way to spend the C Cm day, in Dayton O-hio, G D/F# Em D On a lazy Sunday after-noon, in C C/B D nineteen O' three. Verso 2: G Gmaj7 Sing a song, of long ago, G6 When things could grow, and days G7 flowed quietly. A The air was clean, and you could A7 see, Am7 D7 And folks were nice to you. Refrão 2: G C "Would you like to come over for G tea, A7 D7 With the missus and me?" G G7 It's a real nice way to spend the C Cm day, in Dayton O-hio, G D/F# Em D On a lazy Sunday after-noon, in C C/B D G C, G nineteen, hundred... and three.
Composición: Randall Stuart Newman / Dave Bartholomew / Douglas Botnick / Fats Domino / Harry Revel / Huey P. Long / Lee Herschberg / Mack Gordon / Randy Newman / Sheryl CrowColaboración y revisión: Rafael Caldas