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On The Sunny Side Of The Street

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  • Lyrics to 'On The Sunny Side of The Street' by Frank Sinatra. Grab your coat and get your hat, leave your worry at the doorstep Just direct your feet to the sunny side of the street Can't you hear that pitter pat and that happy tune is your step Life can be so sweet on the sunny side of the street.
  • On the Sunny Side of the Street Lyrics: Grab your coat and get your hat / Leave your worry on the doorstep / Just direct your feet / To the sunny side of the street / Can't you hear a pitter-pat.
  • To the sunny side of the street. 6 5 4 -4 5 6 8 Can't you hear that pitter pat 8 8 -8 7 -6 -5 5 -4 and that happy tune is your step. 4 -4 5 7 -7 Life can be so sweet -6 -6 7 -6 -5 5 -4 4 on the sunny side of the street. 7 7 -7 7 -4 5 -4 7 -7 7 5 -5 5.
  • On the sunny side of the street Can't you hear the pitter-pat And that happy tune is your step Life can be complete On the sunny side of the street I used to walk in the shade with my blues on parade But I'm not afraid This rover's crossed over If I never had a cent I'd be rich as Rockefeller Gold dust at my feet On the sunny side of the street.
  • Jan 09,  · [Verse] G7 C C/B Bm7 E7 Grab your coat and get your hat, F Bm7 Bb9 Leave your worries on the door - step; Am Am D9 D7 Just direct your feet F G7 C To the sunny side of the street. G7 C C/B Bm7 E7 Can't you hear the pitter-pat? F Bm7 Bb9 And that happy tune is your step! Am Am D9 D7 Life can be complete Dm7 G7 C On the sunny side of the street.
  • The song, Mark guessed, was named, ‘On the Sunny Side of The Street” due to the numerous times the song had repeated the phrase. However, all that was left of the song, had contained none but impeccable trumpet cries, that had fit the summer heat. Although, by no means, it was his favourite (considering he had heard the song for the first.
  • On The Sunny Side Of The Street lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, this is a very pretty song recorded by Brenda Lee. search engine by freefind: advanced: Type in an artist's name or song title in the space above for a quick search of Classic Country Music .

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