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Half A Man Half A Man  Bill Baird

I’m [E]spitting out a folk song, but I’m [A]not feeling [E]well
And if [A]you could see just [E]where I be, you’d [F#]rather sunbathe in [B]Hell
‘Cause it’s [E]cold as stone to feel alone sur[A]rounded by a [E]crowd
Their [A]hungry ears rip [E]up my songs, and it [B]makes me scream out [E]loud

I’m [A]half a man, I’m [E]half a man, I’ve [A]sung myself in [E]two
I s[A]moke a spliff, I [E]play a riff, and [F#]try to tie my [B]shoes
I’m [E]half and half a short giraffe, a [A]dentist with no [E]teeth
I w[A]rite songs of [E]love, they [B]only bring me [E]grief.


Nobody knows, nobody sees
I sing a happy song and the people are all pleased
But to know what happiness is, you first gotta know the sad
And to find inner peace, you first gotta go mad.
I’m half a man, I’m half a man, I’ve sung myself in two
I smoke a spliff, play a riff, and try to tie my shoes
I’m half and half a short giraffe, a dentist with no teeth
I write songs of love, they only bring me grief

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