Half Man Half Biscuit
(intro) G D7 G G G7 C When I wade across the Jordan I'll be shining G D7 For I know the one I love is over there, G G7 C From the straight and narrow path I've often wandered G D7 G But every time he puts me back on course. D7 G Guide me then to where the fields of lambs are bleating D D7 G Where the tiger soothes the baby kangaroo, C G E Where the Transit full of Keith, in the side streets has no beef Am D7 G G D7 G With Elgin, Nairn or Brora anymore. G G7 C As the yoke begins to crush my sinning shoulders G D7 And a bunion leads my heart to curse my feet, G G7 C From on high I hear a choir of angels singing G D7 G And all at once the Kiss fans disappear. D7 G Open doors lead in to open arms and Grandad D D7 G Yonder Mum and Dad stood playing darts, C G E Come bid my burden ease; come give me bread and cheese Am D7 G G D7 G And let me feed the birds for evermore.