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Subject: CRD: Every Single Day Greg Trooper Chords/Lyrics

Greg Trooper Every Single Day written by Greg Trooper
Claire Mullally

Greg Trouper Guitar, Vocals
Kenneth Blevins Percussion, Drums
Larry Campbell Bouzouki, Fiddle, Guitar (Steel)
David Kumin Piano
Stewart Lerman Guitar, Keyboards, Producer
Dennis McDermott drums
Lincoln Schleifer bass
Greg Shirley bass,vocals
Abel Domingues guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Claire Mullally Vocals

G Em D G
Every single morning I wake up and pray
G Em C D G
Find the strength inside of me to get me thru the day
A Shower falls like a thousand tears
If I could just get past the tears
G G/F# Em C D G
Living life without you every single day
G Em D G
Every perfect stranger I pass in the street
G G/F# Em C D G
Their eyes they shine like diamoonds happiness complete
How can they laugh and carry on
Don’t they know that you are gone
G G/F# Em C D G
And I’m left without you every single day
Every single day I find
Your the first and last thing on my mind
G Em C D
I miss you till the end of time I miss you every single day
G G/F# Em D G
Every one knows sorrow lonliness and shame
G G/F# Em
But until you lose someone you love
You never know real pain
What am I suppose to do
Without you here to pull me thru
G G/F# Em C D G
Your memory just won’t do every single day

From Greg Trooper “Everywhere”
Black Hole Records 1992

Born and raised in New Jersey, Trooper’s songs have been recorded by
the likes of Steve Earle, Rosanne Cash and Vince Gill. In the early
70s, Trooper left the folk clubs of Greenwich Village for the music
scene of Austin, TX , before moving to Lawrence, KS where he entered
college and continued to hone his guitar, singing and songwriting
skills. He returned to New York for the ’80s and part of the ’90s,
where he recorded his first two records: We Won’t Dance and the
critically acclaimed Everywhere. The records caught the attention of
Earle– who recorded Trooper’s “Little Sister. In the early ’90s,
Trooper met fellow New Jersyan and ex-E Steet Band bassist Garry
Tallent, who like Trooper would settle in Nashville. Tallent produced
Trooper’s 1996 album Noises In The Hallway and released it on his
D’Ville Records. — Jack Leaver, All-Music Guide

1986 We Won’t Dance Wild Rags Records
1990 Lonesome Val
1992 Everywhere Black Hole Records
1996 Noise In The Highway DVI Records
1998 Popular Demons Koch Intl Records