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Darrell McCall w/ Willie Nelson - Lily Dale -(1976)

Title: Darrell McCall w/ Willie Nelson - Lily Dale -(1976)

Published: June 08, 2011

Uploader: nazfan01

Duration: 03:21

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NOTE: Lyrics and some history about this song is listed below.

Darrell & Mona McCall, their daughter Guyanne and their record label, Heart of Texas Records (Tracy Pitcox) gave me permission to make any and all Darrell McCall videos
Darrell McCall and his wife Mona McCall are the most under-rated country singers out there. They are REAL country!!

I will be making many more Darrell McCall music videos. Keep an eye out for them!!

This is an old song from 1852, written by, H.S. Thompson. Billy Jack
Wills, Bob's brother, re-wrote it somewhat and put a tune to it that
would fit the Bob Wills style. It modulates from D to A and back, kinda
like, "San Antonia Rose.
NOTE: Since this song was originally written in 1852,I thought it would be appropriate to use a few photos of women from the 1800s era. I can only imagine what Lily Dale may have looked like.

Verse one:

(D)- As I hear the mockin birds, (D7)- I re - (G)- member the words,
When you (D)- said that forever you'd love (A7)- me,
Now (D)- happiness is gone, (D7)- mem - o - (G)- ries linger on,
From the (D)- chains of our (A7)- love I set you (D)-free.

(Modulate to A) (D) - (Eb) - (E7)

(A)- Sweet as the morning, (E7)- smile like the (A)- sunshine, (A7)-
(D)- Ours was a (A)- love no words could (E7)- tell,
(A)- I love you, (E7)- oh how I (A)- miss you, (A7)-
(D)- Won't you come (E7)- back, Lily (A)- Dale. (A7)

Verse two: (goes back to D)
Since (D)- we have said good bye, (D7)- I'm so (G)- blue I could cry,
Happ - i - (D)- ness is a thing called the (A7)- past,
(D)- Days without you, (D7)- make my (G)- nights oh so blue,
And (D)- always in my (A7)- heart, our love will (D)- last.

(Modulate to A, D - Eb - E7 - and repeat chorus)

Tag: Still in A. (D)- Won't you come (E7)- back, Lily (A)- Dale. (D) - (A)