Streets of London Ralph McTell
Here is my interpretation of Ralph McTell's 1966 hit 'Streets of London', enjoy:
By Adam Marshall 28th September 2005
1) Ha[D]ve you seen the ol[A/C#]d man in the cl[Bm]osed down m[F#m]ar - ket,
ki[G]ck-ing up the pa[D]- pers with his wo[E7]rn out [A]shoes?
In[D] his eyes you s[A/C#]ee no pride, h[Bm]and held loose - ly b[F#m]y his side-
[G] [D] [A7] [D]
Yes- ter- day's pa-per tell-ing yes - ter-day's news-
So ho[G]w can you [F#m]tell me you're lo[A]ne- [Bbdim] ly[Bm] [Bm7/A] [E7/Ab]
and say that the sun don't [A7]shine Le[D]t me take- you
b[A/C#]y the hand- and l[Bm]ead you through the stre[F#m]ets of Lon-don. [G]
I'll show you som[D]e-thing to m[A7]ake you change your mi[D]nd. mi[D]nd.