Guitar chords with lyrics
Sunflowers D MajorD C majorC G+G Well there's cars on the driveway as you turn into the yard, C majorC G+G D MajorD The casket's in the living room, you look away and swallow hard. D MajorD C majorC G+G Someone hands you a bottle, and you don't know who they are. C majorC G+G D MajorD Ain't it funny how you used to know everybody in these parts. D MajorD C majorC G+G And you hardly knew the dead man, though you spoke a time or to two. C majorC G+G D MajorD He had a wife and two small children, and he lived just like you do.
Chorus: D MajorD C majorC G+G And he died on his tractor, holdin' his end down, C majorC G+G D MajorD Forty acres left to plant and forty in the ground. D MajorD C majorC G+G But he never had a chance, that's what they're saying now. C majorC G+G D MajorD The bank was gonna walk in any day anyhow. D MajorD C majorC G+G And it makes you kind of wonder, as you watch the daylight burn, C majorC G+G D MajorD Wonder if he knew it, wonder if he'd heard. D MajorD C majorC G+G She's got a crooked smile and there's dark around her eyes. C majorC G+G D MajorD She says she knows she's got to get on with her life. D MajorD C majorC G+G And you stand off the lawn, and look to where the sun sets. C majorC G+G D MajorD And someone says we ain't seen the last of it yet. Chorus D MajorD C majorC G+G There's a crop of yellow sunflowers, in the field across the way C majorC G+G D MajorD Makes you sorta grin as you're coming down the lane D MajorD C majorC G+G Three hundred bucks a ton, it's what they said at plantin' time C majorC G+G D MajorD But when it comes to harvest it wasn't worth a dime Source: Phone Lyrics
ⓘ Guitar chords for 'Sunflowers' by Fred Eaglesmith, a male folk artist from Guelph, Canada. Fred Eaglesmith was born in 1957.