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Hospitality on Parade  Sparks

Someday we'll have one extra coastline
[F#]We'll tire of the [B]Atlantic [/E] [/F#]
[B]By then we'll be rid of your lot
A [A]shot heard 'round the world will soon be [B]shot, will soon be shot
[B]'Til then have some tea and tobacco
[F#]Hey Jenny meet your [B]master [/E] [/F#]
[B]Be nice, show him kindness and such
Be [E]kind to our [B]master
But of [E]feeling is a-[B]brewing that we [E]don't need any [B]masters
'Cause we [E]all can be a [B]master and we [E]all can be a [B]king
Chorus:
[B]We speak and we sing the [/G#]way that you [F#]do
And showed you our hospitality on pa[B]rade
[B]But now we are we, we're [/G#]no longer [F#]you
To offer that hospitality on pa[B]rade
Today you're going to find their descendants
In places all around you
You're faced with the easiest task
How best to act a king when always treated like a king
Lunch counters, at banks and the theatre
Kind help right there to serve you
Men selling, and girls selling too
And everyone's special
We all are someone special, yes we all are someone special
For we all are someone special where the customer is king
Chorus #2:
Whoever you are, whoever you bring
You'll find that hospitality on parade
However you look, you're always a king
Wherever there's hospitality on parade
[B]Hospitality[F#], [B]hospitality[F#] (repeat)
I'm special, you're special, he's special, she's special
We're all [E]someone [B]special and [E]I am the [B]king
Chorus & Chorus #2
by: Josť Duarte
jtduarte1@gmail.com

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