A E B Bm7 Unfaithful Servant, I hear you leavin' soon in the mornin' A E F# B What did you do to the lady, that she's gonna have to send you away? A E B Bm7 Unfaithful servant, you don't have to say you're sorry, A E F# B If you done it just for the spite, or did ya do it just for the glory? C#m B Like a stranger you turned your back, Bm A G# Left your keys and gone to pack. C#m Am Bear in mind who's to blame, and all the shame; F# F#m7 F She really cared, the time she spared and the home you shared. Unfaithful servant, I can hear the whistle blowin, Yes, that train is a-comin' and soon you'll be goin'. Let us not bow our heads for we won't be complainin'; Life has been good to us all even when that sky is rainin'. To take it like a grain of salt is all I can do. It's no one's fault, Makes no diff'rence if we fade away. It's just as it was, it's much to cold for me to stay. A E Goodbye to that country home, B Bm7 So long to a lady I have known, A E Farewell to my other side, F# B I'd best just take it in stride. A E B Bm7 Unfaithful Servant, you'll learn to find your place; A E I can see it in your smile, F# B and, yes, I can see it in your face. C#m B The mem'ries will linger on, Bm A G# But the good old days, they're all gone, C#m Am Oh! Lonesome servant, can't you see, F# F#m F That we're still one and the same, just you and me.