Bobby Bare - Come On Home And Sing The Blues To Daddy Guitar Chords

Bobby Bare

country, country gospel, country rock, cowboy western

Song versions: 1 2
Chords: D, A, E, B
Come On Home And Sing The Blues To Daddy:Bobby Bare.
Album - Real Thing - on RCA Records
in 1975.


INTRO: D


#1.
D                               A
I hear say your new romance has faded.
                               D
Just the way ours did sometime ago.
                                      A
I've lost count of all the times I've waited.
                                         D
For you to tell me that you've missed me so.
 

CHORUS:
D                                  A
Come on home and sing the blues to daddy.
                                     D
If things don't work out the way you planned.
                                   A
Come on home and sing the blues to daddy.
                            D
Tell it all to one who understands.
 

#2.
E                                                 
You're like a child that's found a brand new 
B
plaything.
B                                       E                                      
To you each one's more fun than those before.
E                                        B                                        
But there's a faithful one that's always waiting.
B                                      E                                      
To be picked up and kicked around some more.


CHORUS:
E                                  B
Come on home and sing the blues to daddy.
                                     E
If things don't work out the way you planned.
                                   B
Come on home and sing the blues to daddy.
                            E
Tell it all to one who understands.
 
  
CHORUS:
E                                  B
Come on home and sing the blues to daddy.
                                     E
If things don't work out the way you planned.
                                   B
Come on home and sing the blues to daddy.
                            E
Tell it all to one who understands.




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