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David Kersh - Day In, Day Out (Chord)
Album: Goodnight Sweetheart (1996)
Submitter: buffdixie (18) on 5/23/03 1 comment
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David Kersh - Day In, Day Out

A E A D E A E A D E 

D                       A
This ol’ world has gone crazy
D                A
My life’s livin' proof 
       D                  E            F#m
Always runnin’ around, no time to slow down
  D                       E   D    A           E 
I don’t know what I would do, if I didn’t have you.

Chorus:
A   E       A   
Day In, Day Out 
                     D         E
And every night from dusk till dawn
A    E           A                           D       E
This world spins round, and girl you keep me hangin’ on
         F#m                E        F#m                B
When the winds of doubt are blowin’, your love keeps me goin’
    A        E       A
Somehow, Day In, Day Out.

A E A D E

D                     A
I get so worn out and worried
D               A
Keepin’ up this pace
        D             E     F#m
But you ease my mind, every time 
D                      E
I get caught up in the race
D                E
You’re my savin’ grace.

Chorus:

A E A D E (X2)

Chorus2:
B   F#m     B   
Day In, Day Out 
                     E         F#m
And every night from dusk till dawn
B    F#m         B                           E       F#m
This world spins round, and girl you keep me hangin’ on
         Ab                 F#m      Ab                 C#m
When the winds of doubt are blowin’, your love keeps me goin’
    B        F#m     B
Somehow, Day In, Day Out.

B F#m B E F#m

Day In, Day Out.
B F#m B E F#m

Day In, Day Out.

?'s buffdixie at yahoo.com 
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I'd try changing the minor chords to major when you change from the key of A to B.
-mtgramps | 12/28/2004
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