Daisy's Name

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"DAISY'S NAME"
(Written by Nolan Robertson)

Ever since she was just three years old
Little Daisy played the piano
And when she reached the seventh degree
She learned to play the Op. 40

Little Daisy's parents were so proud
When she walked across the stage and bowed
The moment Daisy started to play
The judges seemed to know right away
An extraordinary display

Daisy's name put the other girls to shame
Claudia and Rosemarie didn't stand a chance, you see
Every little melody Daisy played so faithfully

All the news reporters in her town
Said her interpretation was profound
The talent agent started to call her every day
And though she'd no desire for life upon the stage

She rose from rags to fortune and fame
She played to universal acclaim
Now Daisy's a celebrity name

Daisy's name never can the world defame
All the praise and accolades kept inside her dossier
All the men throw big bouquets when she plays the polonaise

©2012 All rights reserved. Lyrics used by permission only.

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from Indian Summer, released December 18, 2012
Chris Mansfield - bass
Zach Mayo - drums
Meghann Moore - vocals
Nolan Robertson - guitar, piano, keys and vocals

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