[Em7/9] [Em7] [Em7/9] [A9] [Em7] [A9]
[D]Daybre[D6]ak, [Em7] a [Edim]nother new[A7] day [D]; [F#m] [B7]
The [Cdim]mist on the[E7/9] meadow [A7/13]
[Em7]Is d [A7]rift [Edim]ing aw [G6]ay. [G/F#] [Em7] [Gm7]
[Fdim]For [Edim] it's [D]dayb[D6]reak,[Em7] the [Fdim] sun's [Bm5-/7] in the s[F#7]ky now, [B7]
And [Em7/9]flowers [Em7] bre [Em7/9]ak throu[A9]gh [Em7] [A9]
Thei[Em7/9]r blan [Em7]ket [Em7/9]of de [A9]w.
[D]Sun [D6]rise [Em7], how [Edim]lovely [A7]it se[D]ems [F#m] [B7]
To[Cdim] see from my w[A]ind [A7m]ow [A7]
A[A7/13] sky fu [A7]ll of d[G6]ream [G/F#]s. [Em7] [Gm7] [A7/13]
[Fdim] As [Edim] the w [A]hite cl[A6]ouds [A7]
Sail[Edim] on through the b[G6]lue, [G/F#] [Em7] [Gm7] [Edim]
At d[D]aybr[D6]eak [G] I [Edim]daydream o[A7]f you[D].
Daybreak, another new day;
The mist on the meadow
Is drifting away.
For it's daybreak, the sun's [Bm5-/7] in the sky now,
And flowers break through
Their blanket of dew.
Sunrise, how lovely it seems
To see from my window
A sky full of dreams.
As the white clouds
Sail on through the blue,
At daybreak I daydream of you.