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Peter And Gordon - Knight In Rusty Armour Chords

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Knight In Rusty Armour Chords

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.
And I can't guess...
Fm7      Bb7               Eb
How they still got married and had twins.
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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