DaydreamWords & Music by John Sebastian
Recorded by The Lovin' Spoonfull, 1966 (#2
A AM7 F#7 D E7 What a day for a daydream, what a day for a daydreamin' boy! A C#m7-5 F#7 D E7 I'm lost in a daydream, dreamin' 'bout my bundle of joy D Dm6 A F#7 And even if time ain't really on my side D Dm6 A F#7 It's one of those days for takin' a walk outside D Dm6 A F#7 I'm blowin the day to take a walk in the sun D DM7 E7/6 E7 Fdim And fall on my face on somebody's new mowed lawn A AM7 F#7 D E7 I've been havin' a sweet dream; been dreamin' since I woke up today A C#m7-5 F#7 It starred me and my sweet-pea -- D E7 She's the one makes me feel this way D Dm6 A F#7 And even if time is passin me by a lot D Dm6 A F#7 I couldn't care less about the blues you say I got D Dm6 A F#7 Tomorrow I'll pay the dues for droppin' my load D E7 A pie in the face for being a sleepy ol' toad. Instrumental Interlude: 1st two lines of verse D Dm6 A F#7 And you can be sure that if you're feelin' right D Dm6 A F#7 A daydream will last along into the night D Dm6 A F#7 Tomorrow at breakfast you may pick up your ears D E7 Or you may be daydreamin' for a thousand years... A AM7 F#7 D E7 What a day for a daydream, custom-made for a daydreamin' boy A C#m7-5 F#7 D E7 I'm lost in a daydream, dreamin' bout my bundle of joy (Whistle to fade)
Suggested by C.K.Y. from the United Kingdom.