Leaning On A Lamppost:Herman's Hermits. #7 in 1965. INTRO: (slow) (Original key.) C G I'm leaning on the lamp, F C Maybe you think I look a tramp. C F G C G Or maybe you think I'm round to steal a car. C G But no, I'm not a crook, F C And if you think that's what I look, C F G C I'll tell you why and what my motives are. #1. (Fast.) C Am I'm leaning on the lamppost at the corner of the street G C In case a certain little lady comes by. G C Am G D G Oh me, oh my, in case a certain little lady comes by. CHORUS: C Oh, she's wonderful, she's marvelous, Am She's fabulous, she's beautiful. G C G C F And anyone can understand why..I'm leaning on the lamppost C F E F D at the corner of the street in case a certain G C little lady comes by. #2. C Am She doesn't always get her way, she cannot always get her way. G C But anyway I know that she'll try. G C Am G D G Oh me, oh my, I hope that little lady comes by. #3. G She's not the kind of girl to be late for. C Am But this one I'd break any date for. D D7 I won't have to ask what she's late for. G G7 G She'd never leave me flat..she's not a girl like that. CHORUS: REPEAT#1. CHORUS: A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.