Danny's Song

Words & Music:

Kenny Loggins


A                E               F#m

People smile and tell me I'm the lucky one.

          D                              E

And we've just begun.  I think I'm gonna have a son.

A               E              F#m

He will be like she and me, as free as a dove.

   D                                 E

Conceived in love.  The sun is gonna shine above.



D                  E              A           F#m

And even though we ain't got money, I'm so in love with you honey.

D               E                A   E   F#m

Everything will bring a chain of love.

D                  E           A                    F#m

And in the morning when I rise, you bring a tear of joy to my eyes

    Bm      D    E

And tell me everything is gonna be all right.


Seems as though a month ago, I was Beta-Chi

Never got high, oh I was a sorry guy

And now a smile, a face, a girl that shares my name

Now I'm through with the game; this boy will never be the same.




Pisces, Virgo rising is a very good sign.

Strong and kind, and the little boy is mine

And now I see a family where there once was none.

And we've just begun.  Hey, we're gonna fly to the sun.




Love the girl who holds the world in a paper cup.

Drink it up.  Love her and she'll bring you luck.

And if you find she helps your mind, better take her home.

Don't you live alone...try to earn what lovers own.




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