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Mist Upon The Morning

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Mist Upon The Morning Song Lyrics And Guitar Chords. Written by Dermot O'Reilly and recorded by Ryan's Fancy. Also recorded by Foster And Allen.The chords are by Bob Sharpe and these are the chords he uses.There's a key change near the end where Ryan's Fancy repeat the first and 6th verses, but you don't have to, it's only done to make the song more intresting.

[C] Softly like the mist upon the morning,
Comes the [F] memory of your [G] tender voice and [C] smile;
Well it seems an age since we embraced each other,
On that [D7] morning when we parted for a [G] while.
2
I'd [C] squandered all the time when I had plenty,
For a [F] dream we shared [G] before I left to [C] roam;
Do you [F] think that if I [G] packed my bags [C] tomorrow, [Am]
Would you [F] welcome me [G] if I came back [C] home?
3
I met some friends have lived here for a while now,
Lots of smiles when I was young and green;
They showed me how to live here in the city,
Went to all the crazy parties to be seen.
4
Now the money that we both saved soon departed,
And with it all the friendly smiles as well;
Now the only thing that's left of your great hero,
Is a broken pride and a sad tale for to tell.
5
Well I guess I'm not cutout for this old city,
And I've learned a lot about myself that's true;
I left everything I loved to learn my lesson,
Now it seems the only friend I have is you.
6
Do you think that we could start the whole thing over,
And share the things we used to share before?
I'll be home when I can get the fare together,
For I'd love to see your tender smile once more.
`REPEAT VERSES #1 AND #6

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