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Knight In Rusty Armour Chords (ver.2)

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Knight In Rusty Armour Chords (ver.2)

Peter And Gordon
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                Knight In Rusty Armour:Peter And Gordon.
Top of the charts in 1966.

#1.
Cm           G7                 Cm
Long ago, in days of old, there lived a knight who
Ab              Eb                       G7
wasn't quite as bold, as a knight should be.
   Cm               G7                Cm
He rode an old grey mare called Bess, searchin' for 
  Ab            Eb                    G7                C7
a damsel in distress...just to see if he, could set her free.

CHORUS:
Fm7     Bb7             Eb                  C7
See the knight in rusty armour ride..To her aid.
Fm7    Bb7              Eb                  D7    G7
Trusty sword is hanging at his side..With a rusty blade.

#2.
Cm           G7                    Cm
Up the tower steps he sneaked, but as he moved,
    Ab           Eb                        G7
his rusty armour squeaked..Such a mournful note..
     Cm               G7              Cm  
that all the sentries at their posts, thought it must 
              Ab     Eb
have been the castle ghost.
                      G7            C
They jumped for their lives..In the moat.

CHORUS:#2.
Fm7    Bb7             Eb                   C7
So the knight in rusty armour won..His fair maid.
Fm7    Bb7              Eb                   D7    G7
Had no need to draw his trusty sword..With a rusty blade.

#3.
Cm            G7                 Cm
As he bent to kiss his bride, he found that he was
Ab          Eb                  G7
rusted up inside..in his battle dress.
            C7
And I can't guess...
Fm7      Bb7               Eb
How they still got married and had twins.
             C7
They came in tins.
Fm7   Bb7            Eb   Ab    Eb    Ab
Every suit of armour ever made, has a kink,
Eb         Ab           Bb7     Eb
chain mail pants with a missing link.


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