"Old Lady" as written by and Kevin Coyne....
I saw you standing on Castle Corner Your little coat it looked a warm oneI asked you what you'd had for your dinner You said to me you never ate at allPre- Chorus (G A B): Last oneE |--------------------------------------------------------|B |--------------------------------------------------------|G |--------2--1---------------------4--2--1----------------|D |--1--4--------4--2--1------1--4-----------4--2--1-------|A |---------------------------------------------------4--2-|E |--------------------------------------------------------|Little old lady, what are you going to say? (x2)Chorus (Cm# Gm7 Fm7#):Tell me, old lady, why do you pray?Verse (E A B):I saw you sorting through your photographsYour nieces crowding round, they started to laughYou concelead the presence of your shit stained wallsYour eldest son he never knocks at allPre- Chorus (G A B) & Chorus (Cm# Gm7 Fm7#):Verse (E A B):You are so old and no-one understandsYour social worker is a liberated manHe wants to take you to the old folks homeI think you're better off dying on your ownPre- Chorus


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"Old Lady" as written by Kevin Coyne

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