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Bread guitar chords for Dismal day

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  • Tuning: Standard tuning
  • Difficulty: Novice
Dismal Day
Bread

Intro   G chord diagramGG  D chord diagramDD  Em chord diagramEmEm  Bm chord diagramBmBm  G chord diagramGG  D chord diagramDD  Em7 chord diagramEm7Em7  G chord diagramGG

         D chord diagramDD               Em7 chord diagramEm7Em7    D chord diagramDD   G chord diagramGG
I looked into my mornin` mirror
       D chord diagramDD                       Em chord diagramEmEm            Bm7 chord diagramBm7Bm7              Cmaj7 chord diagramCmaj7Cmaj7  Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7   D chord diagramDD
And it revealed some things to me that I had not been able to see........
                           Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7            D chord diagramDD
I saw someone that I`m not sure I want to be
                         Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7             D6 chord diagramD6D6  C chord diagramCC
An empty lonely face was starin` back at me
            D chord diagramDD               G chord diagramGG   Em chord diagramEmEm  C chord diagramCC
All and all I would have to say
            D chord diagramDD             G chord diagramGG     F chord diagramFF  C chord diagramCC  G chord diagramGG
It`s been a rather dismal day
         D chord diagramDD                Em7 chord diagramEm7Em7    D7 chord diagramD7D7  G chord diagramGG
The afternoon was slow in coming
         D chord diagramDD               Em chord diagramEmEm               Bm7 chord diagramBm7Bm7                  Cmaj7 chord diagramCmaj7Cmaj7 Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7  D chord diagramDD
I drug myself outside to face that people that I knew would be there.....
                                Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7            D chord diagramDD
And though they walked along pretending not to care
                             Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7                 D chord diagramDD      C chord diagramCC
I knew behind my back they`d point and laugh and stare
            D chord diagramDD               G chord diagramGG    Em chord diagramEmEm  C chord diagramCC
All and all I would have to say
            D chord diagramDD             G7 chord diagramG7G7   C chord diagramCC   G chord diagramGG  D chord diagramDD  Em chord diagramEmEm  D chord diagramDD/F# chord diagramF#F#  G chord diagramGG  D chord diagramDD/F# chord diagramF#F#  Em7 chord diagramEm7Em7  D chord diagramDD  G chord diagramGG
It`s been a rather dismal day

            D chord diagramDD                 Em7 chord diagramEm7Em7     D7 chord diagramD7D7  G chord diagramGG
And now the evenings shadow`s falling
             D chord diagramDD             Em chord diagramEmEm                Bm7 chord diagramBm7Bm7                 Cmaj7 chord diagramCmaj7Cmaj7  Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7  D chord diagramDD
I guess it`s best I lay my hopes to rest for no one`s calling my name......
                        Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7               D chord diagramDD
I sit and wait behind a door that`s never knocked on
                          Am7 chord diagramAm7Am7                       D chord diagramDD  C chord diagramCC
I live in silence like my phone that`s never talked on

            D chord diagramDD            G chord diagramGG       Em chord diagramEmEm  C chord diagramCC
All and all I would have to say
            D chord diagramDD             Em7 chord diagramEm7Em7  C chord diagramCC
It`s been a rather dismal day
            D chord diagramDD               G chord diagramGG    Em7 chord diagramEm7Em7  C chord diagramCC
All and all I would have to say
            D chord diagramDD             G6 chord diagramG6G6    C chord diagramCC
It`s been a rather dismal day
            D chord diagramDD               Em7 chord diagramEm7Em7  C chord diagramCC
All and all I would have to say
            D chord diagramDD             G7 chord diagramG7G7     C chord diagramCC   G chord diagramGG
It`s been a rather dismal day.........

Dismal Day chords

Bread guitar chords for Dismal day From the 1969 album titled Bread, the song Dismal Day. This was Bread´s first single, although it didn´t chart. David Gates, who wrote the song, says, `We thought that song would be a smash hit, but it didn´t do that well as a single. It was a good outlet for us to sing all those high harmonies, though.`

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