Chords for "Out Of The Wardrobe"
Date: July 10, 1997 7:59 PM From: Christopher Carl Heckman Out Of The Wardrobe Written by R.D. Davies C Em7 Am7 C/G Has anybody here seen a chick called Dick? F Am7 D He looks real burly but he's really hip. G C He's six feet tall and his arms are all brown and hairy. C Em7 Am7 He married Betty Lou back in sixty-five, C/G F Am7 D When you had to be butch to survive G C But lately he's been looking at his wife with mixed emotions. Am7 D7 You see, he's not a common place closet queen. Am7 G He shouldn't be hidden, he should be seen. F Am7 D7 G C 'Cos when he puts on that dress, he looks like a princess. C Em7 Am7 C/G The day he came out of the wardrobe, F Am7 D Betty Lou got quite a surprise. G C She didn't know whether she should get angry or not bat an eye. C Em7 Am7 C/G She really couldn't call up her mama; F Am7 D Mama would positively die. G C Should she go or stay or should she try to get a trial separation? Am7 D You see, he's not a faggot as you might suppose. Am7 G He just feels restricted in conventional clothes. F Am7 D7 G C 'Cos when he puts on that dress, he feels like a princess. C G C He's not a dandy, he's only living out a fantasy. C G C He's not a pansy, he's only being what he wants to be. F D7 Now his life is rearranged, C Em7 Am7 C/G And he's grateful for the change. F G C He's out of the wardrobe, and now he's got no regrets. C Em7 Am7 C/G Betty Lou didn't know what to do at first, F Am7 D But she's learning to cope at last. G C She's got the best of both worlds, and she's really in a state of elation. C Em7 Am7 C/G She says it helps their relationship. F Am7 D She says a change is as good as a rest. G C And their friends finally coming 'round to their way of thinking. Am7 D7 She wears the trousers and smokes the pipe. Am7 G And he washes up; she helps him wipe. F Am7 D7 G C 'Cos when he puts on that dress, he looks like a princess. CG C He's out of the wardrobe and he's feeling all right. G C He's out of the wardrobe and he's feeling satisfied. F D7 Now it's farewell to the past, C Em7 Am7 C/G The secret's out at last. F G C He's out of the wardrobe, and now he's got no regrets.
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