Daisy Jane

Words & Music:

Gerry Beckley (America)


CM7               GM9      CM7                 GM9

Flying me back to Memphis, gotta find my Daisy Jane.

          CM7                 GM9                    F

Well, the summer's gone and I hope she's feeling the same.

Well, I left her just to roam the city, thinking it would ease the pain.

I'm a crazy one and I'm playing my crazy game... game.


Bb       C      Am7        Dm7       Gm7

Does she really love me? I think she does.

Bb       C      Am7        Dm7     BbM7

Like the stars above me, I know because

         Am7            Gsus4          G

When the sky is bright, everything's alright.


Flying me back to Memphis, honey, keep the open warm.

All the clouds are clearing and I think we're over the storm.

Well, I've been picking it up around me, Daisy, I think I'm sane.

And I'm awful glad 'cause I guess that you're in really to blame.

Does she really love me?  I hope you do.

Like the stars above me, how I love you.

When it's cold at night's everything's alright.


Does she really love me?  I think she does.

Like the stars above me I know because

When the sky is bright, everything is alright


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