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G G/f# Em7
C9 G D
G G/f# Em7 
A7 D D7
G G7
C A7
G G/f# Em7 C9 


D C9
D C9
D C9
Am C

G                 G/f#     Em7
   Will you still love me,    will you still hug me,
C9       G       D
   When I?m eighty four,
G                 G/f#    Em7
   When I?ve been working    all my life,
A7                      D D7
   And I?m still bloody poor?
G                   G7
   Dust in my lungs,  a broken back,
C                        A7
   Still can?t retire it hurts,
            G         G/f#     Em7         C9
   Well I?m   all for workers? rights and that,
              G           D      G
   As long as   I don?t have to work,

D                     C9                                G
   So hats off to the schemers, to the scroungers, to the rats,
           D                C9                                        G
   To the ones who sleep on mattresses on the floor, clutching baseball bats,
           D               C9                              G  
   To the beggars and the cheaters and the kings who rise at noon,
          Am                            C                        D
   To the scoundrels, the misfits, the parasites, this one?s for    you,

?Don?t send me on another New Deal course, I can already spell my name, you lot take the piss?

Maybe I?ll never shoot a rabbit,
Perhaps I?ll never drink champagne,
But that?s alright with me,
I prefer cider anyway,
I?m happy doing nothing,
They tell me it?s all a waste,
But I ain?t never seen no 3 piece suit,
With a smile on his face,


?I searched all the newspapers and made my CV, I swear there just ain?t nothing out there?

A 9 to 5, 5 days a week,
Is bottom of my list,
I just couldn?t live with myself,
Knowing there was something that I missed,
So don?t go telling me ?Take it seriously?,
Believe me I do,
But life?s for living, not for working,
And I got better things to do,


[end on G, presumably]
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