You Wear It Well Karaoke - Rod Stewart

This title is a cover of You Wear It Well as made famous by Rod Stewart

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Tempo: variable (around 129 BPM)

In the same key as the original: D

Duration: 04:07 - Preview at: 00:25

Release date: 1972
Genres: In English, Rock
Original songwriters: Rod Stewart, Martin Quittenton

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Lyrics You Wear It Well

I had nothing to do on this hot afternoon
But to settle down and write you a line
I've been meanin' to phone ya but from Minnesota hell it's been a very long time
You wear it well a little old fashioned but that's all right
Well I suppose you're thinkin'
I bet he's sinkin' or he wouldn't get in touch with me
Oh I ain't beggin' or losin' my head
I sure do want you to know
That you wear it well
There ain't a lady in the land so fine oh my
Remember them basement parties your brother's karate and the all day rock n roll shows
Yeah the homesick blues and the radical views haven't left a mark on you
You wear it well a little out of time but
I don't mind
Well I ain't forgettin' that you were once mine
But I believe it without even tryin'
Now I'm eatin' my heart out tryin' to get a letter through
Since you been gone it's hard to carry on
I wanna write about the birthday gown that I bought in town
When ya sat down and cried on your stairs
You knew it didn't cost the earth
But for what it's worth you make me feel a millionaire
You wear it well madame Onassis got nothin' on me no no
And when my coffee is cold and I'm gettin' told that I gotta get back to work
So when the sun goes low and you're home all alone
Think of me and try not to laugh
And I wear it well
I don't object if you call collect
'Cos I ain't forgotten that you were once mine but I feel it without even tryin'
Now I'm eatin' my heart out tryin' to get back to you
I love ya I love ya
I love ya I love ya
Oh yeah
After all the years it was the same address
Since you been gone it's hard to carry on oh no, ooh

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