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A Well Respected Man Chords

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A Well Respected Man:Kinks.
#13 in 1965.

INTRO: G

#1.
G        C       Em     Am       Em     C       Em
Cause he gets up in the morning, and he goes to work at 
Am
nine..
    Em C          Em      Am               C          Em
and he comes home at five-thirty, gets the same train every
Am
time.
          C        Em       Am      Em      Am     Em  
Cause his world is built on punctuality, to him it never
Am
fails.

CHORUS: 
         C   Em Am             C   Em Am
And he's oh, so good, and he's oh, so fine..
         C   G  Am              C    Em      Am
and he's oh, so healthy, in his body and his mind.
       F              Em
He's a well respected man about town..
F                      D              G  C G
doing the best things, so conservatively.

#2.
G       C      Em      Am        Em        C      Em
And his mother goes to meetings, while his father paws the
Am
maid..
        C         Em       Am                 C  
And she stirs her tea with countenance, while discussing
Em      Am
foreign trade.
        C      Em        Am      Em        C     Em    
And she passes looks, as well as bills, at every suave young

Am
man.

CHORUS: 
         C   Em Am             C   Em Am
And he's oh, so good, and he's oh, so fine..
         C   G  Am              C    Em      Am
and he's oh, so healthy, in his body and his mind.
       F              Em
He's a well respected man about town..
F                      D              G  C G
doing the best things, so conservatively.

#3.
       C         Em       Am    Em     C         Em
And he likes his own back yard, and he likes his fags the
Am
best.
           C      Em       Am       Em  C         Em
Cause he's better than the rest and his own sweat smells
    Am
the best.
       C        Em       Am       Em        C     Em     Am
And he hopes to grab his father's loot when Pater passes on.

CHORUS: 
           C   Em Am             C   Em Am
Cause he's oh, so good, and he's oh, so fine..
         C   G  Am              C    Em      Am
and he's oh, so healthy, in his body and his mind.
       F              Em
He's a well respected man about town..
F                      D              G  C G
doing the best things, so conservatively.

#4.
       C         Em         Am      Em     C       Em
And he plays the stocks and shares, and he goes to the 
Am
regatta.
   C          Em        Am    Em       C     Em     Am
He adores the girl next door, and he's dying to get at her.
        C      Em        Am    Em       C    Em     Am
But his mother knows the best about the matrimonial state.

CHORUS: 
         C   Em Am             C   Em Am
And he's oh, so good, and he's oh, so fine..
         C   G  Am              C    Em      Am
and he's oh, so healthy, in his body and his mind.
       F              Em
He's a well respected man about town..
F                      D              G  C G
doing the best things, so conservatively.


A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.
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Ore4444 wrote on October 25 2008, 09:39 pm

Should not be G but C/B.

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killed yr idols wrote on February 18 2010, 12:02 am

Do you have ears or do ears have you? Incorrect post after the correct one. Oh, I see, this how YOU play it... so it's not by The Kinks.

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Kraziekhat wrote on July 20 2012, 03:44 am

killed yr idols..over a year and you've submitted
three, 2nd rate tabs. Atta boy! (Sarcastic arsehole.) KK.

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