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Mad John  Small Faces

[Am]There was an old man, who [C]lived in a green [D]wood,
[Am]Nobody knew him, or [C]what he had [D]done,
But [Am]mothers would say to their [C]children '[D]Beware of Mad [C]John'.

VERSE 2:
John would sing with the birds in the morning,
Laugh witht the wind in the cold hand of night,
But people from behind their curtains said 'He's not quite right'.

REFRAIN:
[A]John, had it [Dsus2]sussed,
He was [G]living the life of a [C]tramp,
His [Fmaj7]bed was the cold and the [Bm]damp,
But the sun was his [E]friend: he was [F]free.

VERSE 3:
So here was a wise one, who loved all the haters,
Loved them so much that their hate turned to fear,
And shaking from behind their curtains the loved ones would hear:

VERSE 4:
Ay-diddle aye di, diddle aye di and di di,
Ay-diddle aye di, diddle aye di, di di,
Ay-diddle aye di, diddle aye di, diddle aye di, aye diddle aye-di di.

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