Tyrolean Knockabout Chords & Lyrics Artist: Half Man Half Biscuit
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G I've been strolling down my favourite lane D And I've been bowling my left arm occasionals again G Life gets sweeter the more that I understand D G The flora and the fauna and the hedgerows abound in this land. Monday morning, the field paths are calling my name D No storm warning is going to stop me setting out again G You could join me; my flask is full to the brim D And let's face it it beats skulking round the G Seven inch import section with him. D G I'm keeping my feet above the mulch of the barton with song D G A drink and a four handed reel as I ramble along. C G Let's hear it for the Brakeman, without him I'd have to find more words D G Yodelay-ee. G I've been goading D-list Paul Ross for a laugh D By unloading outside what he'd call his 'gaff' G Old fridge freezers - doors all removed like we're told D G His face at the window on waking a sight to behold. D G I'm keeping my feet above the mulch of the barton with song D G A drink and a four handed reel as I ramble along. C G Let's hear it for the Brakeman, without him I'd have to find more words D G Yodelay-ee.
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