Today play in the key of C and sing a country tune from the fabulous 1980’s.
Lord I Hope this day is good
recorded by Don Williams and written by Dave Hanner.
C Lord I hope this day is good I'm feeling empty and misunderstood G7 I should be thankful Lord I know I should F G7 C But Lord I hope this day is good Lord have you forgotten me I've been praying to you faithfully G7 I'm not saying I'm a righteous man F G7 C But Lord I hope you understand Am Em F C I don't need fortune and I don't need fame Am Em F C Send down the thunder Lord send down the rain Am Em F C But when you're planning just how it should be G7 F G7 Plan a good day for me Repeat #1 Am Em F C You've been the king since the dawn of time Am Em F C All that I'm asking is a little less crime Am Em F C It might be hard for the Devil to do G7 F G7 But it would be easy for you Repeat #1
In the audio I mistakenly attributed this song to Don Gibson rather than Don Williams. Stuff like that happens when you are playing, singing and teaching at the same time.