Anniversary Song

Michael Timmins


Intro: [C] [F] [C] [F] [C] [F] [C] [F]

Have you [C] ever seen a sight as [F] beautiful
as [C] that of the rain-soaked [F] purple
of the [G] white birch in spring?

Have you [F] ever felt more fresh or [C] wonderful
than on a [F] warm fall night
under a [C] Mackerel sky,
the smell of [G] grapes on the wind?

[F] Well I have known [G] all these things
and the [C] joys that they can [F] bring.
And I'll [F (or Am)] share them all for a cup of [Dm] coffee
and to wear your [C] ring. [F] [C] [F]

Have you [C] ever had the pleasure of [F] watching
a [C] quiet winter's snow slowly [F] gathering
like [G] simple moments adding up? [G]

Have you [F] ever satisfied a gut [C] feeling
to follow a [F] dry dirt road that's [C] beckoning you
to the heart of a [G] shimmering summer's day? [G]

[F] Well I have known [G] all these things
and the [C] joys that they can [F] bring.
And I'll [F (or Am)] share them all for a cup of [Dm] coffee
and to wear your [C] ring. [F] [C] [F]

[Bb] And I don't know [F] how I survived those [C] days
before I held your[F] hand.
Well I [C] never thought that I would [F] be the one
to ad- [Bb] mit that the moon and the [F] sun
shine [C] so much brighter
[Bb] when [Eb] seen through [Bb] two pairs of eyes
than when [F] seen through just one. [C] [F] [C] [F]

Have you [C] ever seen a sight as [F] beautiful
as a [C] face in a crowd of [F] people
that lights [G] up just for you?

Have you [F] ever felt more fresh or [C] wonderful
as when you [F] wake
by the side of that [C] boy or girl
who has [G] pledged their love to you?

[F] Well I have known [G] all these things
and the [C] joys that they can [F] bring.
And now every [Am] morning there's a cup of [Dm] coffee
and I wear your [C] ring. [F] [C] [F]
And I wear your [C] ring.

Tabbed by Brian Davies (http://www.ils.nwu.edu/~davies/)

 

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