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My Old Pal

Song Author Elsie McWilliams og Jimmie Rodgers Performer: Merle Haggard Submitted by: Anonymous
[C]I'm thinking of you tonight old [G7]pal   
And wishing that you were [C]here
I'm [F]dreaming of a time and the [C]days gone by
[D7]When you filled my heart with [G7]cheer

[C]I remember the night when all [G7]alone
We sang Sweet Ade[C]line
[F]No other face can [C]take your place
[D7]In my heart old [G7]pal of [C]mine

Now the old pals are always the [G7]best you see
New Friends you can find every [C]day  
But [F]they can't fill the places or [C]ever be
[D7]Like the old pals of [G7]yester[C]day  

I'm wondering just where you are [G7]tonight
And if you ever think of [C]me  
It [F]would make my weary heart so [C]light sweetheart
[D7]Your face again to [G7]see   

[C]I remember the night when all [G7]alone
We sang Sweet Ade[C]line
[F]No other face can [C]take your place
[D7]In my heart old [G7]pal of [C]mine

Now the old pals are always the [G7]best you see
New Friends you can find every [C]day  
But [F]they can't fill the places or [C]ever be
[D7]Like the old pals of [G7]yester[C]day  

I'm thinking of you tonight old pal
And wishing that you were here
I'm dreaming of a time and the days gone by
When you filled my heart with cheer

I remember the night when all alone
We sang Sweet Adeline
No other face can take your place
In my heart old pal of mine

Now the old pals are always the best you see
New Friends you can find every day
But they can't fill the places or ever be
Like the old pals of yesterday

I'm wondering just where you are tonight
And if you ever think of me
It would make my weary heart so light sweetheart
Your face again to see

I remember the night when all alone
We sang Sweet Adeline
No other face can take your place
In my heart old pal of mine

Now the old pals are always the best you see
New Friends you can find every day
But they can't fill the places or ever be
Like the old pals of yesterday

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