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YOU WEAR IT WELL

 

Written by ROD STEWART, covered by Rod on "NEVER A DULL MOMENT" 1972

 

   [D]I had [G]nothing to do on this hot afternoon
but to
[A]settle down and write you a [D]line
I been
[G]meaning to phone ya, but from Minnesota
[A]Hell, it's been a very long [D]time

You wear it
[A]well
A
[Em]little old [D/F#]fashioned but [G]that's all [A]right

[D]I sup[G]pose you're thinking how Betty's thinking
or she
[A]wouldn't get in touch with [D]me
For
[G]I ain't begging or losing my head
I
[A]sure do want you to [D]know

That you wear it
[A]well
[Em]There ain't a [D/F#]lady in a [G]land so [A]fine oh my

[D]Remember their
[G]basement parties, your brothers courted
[A]All day rock and roll [D]shows
the
[G]homesick blues and the radical views
[A]haven't left a mark on [D]you

You wear it
[A]well
A
[Em]little loud at [D/F#]times but [G]I don't [A]mind

But I ain't for
[G]getting that you were once [A]mine
but I
[G]blew it without even [A]trying
Now I'm
[G]eating my heart out
[A]trying to get a letter [D]through

[Em]Since you've been [D/F#]gone it's hard to [G]carry your [A]weight

I want to
[D]write about the
[G]birthday gown that I bought in town
that
[A]you sat down and cried on the [D]stands
You knew it didn't
[G]cost me up, but for what it's worth
you made me
[A]feel like a million[D]aire

and you wear it
[A]well
[Em]Madame O[D/F#]nassis got [G]nothing on [A]you

[D]When my [G] coffee's cold, and I'm being told
that I
[A]gotta go back to [D]work
So when the
[G]sun goes low and you're home alone
[A]try not to think of me and [D]laugh

and I wear it
[A]well
[Em]I don't [D/F#]mind if you [G]call col[A]lect

But I
[D]ain't for[G]getting that you were once [A]mine
but I
[G]blew it without even [A]trying
Now I'm
[G]eating my heart out
[A]trying to get back to [D]you

[Em]Since that's been [D/F#]said, what's [G]left to ad[A]dress?