The Lark in the Clear Air lyrics and chords

The chords to The Lark in the Clear Air are presented in the key of G. The lyrics are about a young man’s plans to tell his love how he feels about her and how he hopes she feels the same way.


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Em 
Dear thoughts are  
C 
in my mind and my  
G 
soul soars en
Am 
chanted
 
As I  
Em 
hear the sweet  
C 
lark 
 
 
D 
sing in the  
G 
clear 
 
 
C 
air 
 
 
D 
of the  
G 
day
 
For a  
Em 
tender bearing smile  
C 
to my  
G 
hope 
 
 
Em 
has 
 
 
Am 
been 
 
 
D 
granted
Am7 
And 
 
to
Em 
morrow she  
C 
shall 
 
 
D 
hear all my  
G 
fond 
 
 
C 
heart 
 
 
D 
would 
 
 
C-G 
say

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I shall tell her all my love
All my soul’s adoration
And I think she will hear me
And will not say me nay

It is this that gives my soul
All its joyous elation
As I hear the sweet lark sing
In the clear air of the day

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The Lark in the Clear Air lyrics and chords print version

[Em]Dear thoughts are [C]in my mind and my [G]soul soars en[Am]chanted
As I [Em]hear the sweet [C]lark [D]sing in the [G]clear [C]air [D]of the [G]day
For a [Em]tender bearing smile [C]to my [G]hope [Em]has [Am]been [D]granted
[Am7]And to[Em]morrow she [C]shall [D]hear all my [G]fond [C]heart [D]would [C-G]say

I shall tell her all my love
All my soul’s adoration
And I think she will hear me
And will not say me nay

It is this that gives my soul
All its joyous elation
As I hear the sweet lark sing
In the clear air of the day

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