Dm C Lay down beside me Dm C Close your eyes and feel the noon day sun. Dm C These eyes, they remind me Am G Of a scared and simple doe before she runs. Dm C John was a Baptist. Dm C He feared the world could end at any time. Dm C You and I are charged with this, to hold the essence of a kiss. Am G To take these broken plans and make them rhyme. Am B C Am B C G Daisy Mae, Daisy Mae this hasn't been your day. F Am Hasn't been your day. Dm C Here, he never touched you. Dm C Inside this house he never called your name. Dm C So stay where I can see you, girl. We both know the outside world Am G Is changing and it will never be the same. Dm C My hands, they are wicked. Dm C My head and my heart are wicked, too. Dm C All these things that I do wrong, If you weren't given fear so strong Am G I would not be good enough for you. Am B C Am B C G F Am Daisy Mae, Daisy Mae, this hasn't been your day. F But I won't lay this pistol down C until the sky falls to the ground. G Leave him there to call your name F 'till man and land are both the same. Am B C Am B C G F Daisy Mae, Daisy Mae, this hasn't been your day. Am B C Am B C G Daisy Mae, Daisy Mae, this hasn't been your day. F Am Hasn't been your day.