One Step At A Time Song Lyrics and Chords

Brenda Lee

 

One Step At A Time Song Lyrics and Chords by Brenda Lee

 

[chordpress float=”none” format=”yes” hbnotation=”no” interactive=”no” transpose=”0″]One Step At A Time
Recorded by Brenda Lee
Written by H. Ashley
[C]Word by word take it page by page
[D7]Just one step at a [G7]time
[C]It may take a little bit longer
[F]But the way do we even get stronger
[C]One step at a time [D7]boy [G7]just one step at a [C]time
You gotta plant your feet on solid ground
You [F]can’t climb a tree and then [C]chop it down
You gotta start from scratch work your way on up
[D7]Every hound dog once was a pup
[C]Just one step at a time [D7]boy [G7]just one step at a [C]time
Repeat #1
Day by day and take it year by year
[D7]Just one step at a [G7]time
[C]The one true way to get all you need is
[F]To start out slow and then pick up speed
[C]One step at a time [D7]boy [G7]just one step at a [C]time
Just one way a boy can be a man
A [F]start out young and go as [C]fast you can
And if you wanna grow up to be a ripe old age
[D7]Stick to the book and live it page by page
[C]Just one step at a time [D7]boy [G7]just one step at a [C]time
Day by day and take it year by year
[D7]Just one step at a [G7]time
[C]It may take a little bit longer
[F]But the way to be even be stronger
[C]One step at a time [D7]boy [G7]just one step at a [C]time[/chordpress]

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song One Step At A Time?
– The song One Step At A Time was sang by Brenda Lee.

 

Who is Brenda Lee?
– Brenda Mae Tarpley (born December 11, 1944), known professionally as Brenda Lee, is an American singer. Performing rockabilly, pop and country music, she had 47 US chart hits during the 1960s and is ranked fourth in that decade, surpassed only by Elvis Presley, the Beatles and Ray Charles. She is known for her 1960 hit “I’m Sorry”, and 1958’s “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree”, which has become a Christmas standard.At 4 ft 9 inches tall (approximately 145 cm), she received the nickname “Little Miss Dynamite” in 1957, after recording the song “Dynamite” when she was 12, and was one of the earliest pop stars to have a major contemporary international following.In 1969, Lee returned to the charts with her recording “Johnny One Time” penned by A.L. “Doodle” Owens and Dallas Frazier. The song reached #3 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary Chart and #41 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song also earned Lee her second Grammy nomination for Best Pop Female Vocal. Later success came with a return to her roots as a country singer, with a string of hits through the 1970s and 1980s. She is a member of the Rock and Roll, Country Music and Rockabilly Halls of Fame. She is also a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Lee is the only woman to be inducted into both the Rock and Roll and Country Music Halls of Fame. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee.

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