• Song:

    A Well Respected Man

  • Artist:


  • Album:

    Well Respected Kinks

A Well Respected Man sung by the Kinks:

G (320003@1)         C (x32010@1)     G (320003@1)    Am (x02210@1)            C (x32010@1)     G1.'Cause (320003@1)he gets up in the morning, and he goes to work at 
Amnine, (x02210@1)
       C (x32010@1)   G (320003@1)     Am (x02210@1)                  C (x32010@1)        Gand (320003@1)he comes home at five-thirty, gets the same train every
Amtime. (x02210@1)
           C (x32010@1)      G (320003@1)      Am (x02210@1)         C (x32010@1)       G'cause (320003@1)his world is built on punctuality, to him it never
Amfails. (x02210@1)
                 C (x32010@1)G (320003@1)Am (x02210@1)           C (x32010@1) G (320003@1)AmChorus: (x02210@1)And he's oh so good, and he's oh, so fine,

         C (x32010@1) G (320003@1)Am (x02210@1)            C (x32010@1)  G (320003@1)     Amand (x02210@1)he's oh, so healthy, in his body and his mind.

       F (133211@1)            EmHe's (022000@1)a well respected man about town, 

F (133211@1)                    D (xx0232@1)Gdoing (320003@1)the best things, so conservatively.

          C (x32010@1)    G (320003@1)     Am (x02210@1)                C (x32010@1)    G2.And (320003@1)his mother goes to meetings, while his father paws the
Ammaid, (x02210@1)
        C (x32010@1)       G (320003@1)      Am (x02210@1)               C (x32010@1)
And she stirs her tea with countenance, while discussing
G (320003@1)     Amforeign (x02210@1)trade,

        C (x32010@1)    G (320003@1)      Am (x02210@1)             C (x32010@1)   G (320003@1)  
And she passes looks as well as bills at every sauve young

Amman. (x02210@1)


         C (x32010@1)       G (320003@1)      Am (x02210@1)         C (x32010@1)       G3.And (320003@1)he likes his own back yard, and he likes his fags the
Ambest. (x02210@1)
            C (x32010@1)    G (320003@1)      Am (x02210@1)         C (x32010@1)       G'Cause (320003@1)he's better than the rest and his own sweat smells
    Amthe (x02210@1)best.

       C (x32010@1)      G (320003@1)       Am (x02210@1)              C (x32010@1)   G (320003@1)    AmAnd (x02210@1)he hopes to grab his father's loot when pater passes on.


          C (x32010@1)       G (320003@1)        Am (x02210@1)           C (x32010@1)     G4. (320003@1)And he plays the stocks and shares, and he goes to the 
Amregatta. (x02210@1)
   C (x32010@1)        G (320003@1)       Am (x02210@1)           C (x32010@1)   G (320003@1)       AmHe (x02210@1)adores the girl next door, and he's dying to get at her,

        C (x32010@1)    G (320003@1)       Am (x02210@1)           C (x32010@1)   G (320003@1)   AmBut (x02210@1)his mother knows the best about the matrimonial state.


A 60's blast from the past from Kraziekhat.


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