Rod Hull is Alive, Why?
Half Man Half Biscuit
(instr) B E (x4) Ab Eb (x4) Ab Eb A doyen of topiary once told me Ab Eb That one day he would like to grow a maze Ab Eb It seemed to be quite logical that this should be his wish Ab Eb And with that we both went our separate ways. C Am They said you died at seven due to something in your head C Am I asked the sister why it wasn't someone else instead C Am Tonight I'll cry myself a bath of tears and ask the world G G7 B E (x2) Ab Eb (x4) "Why is Rod Hull alive - and getting paid as well?" Ab Eb Heard a Palace spokesman mention Sarah Ab Eb Said she'd known the groins of Jacques Laffite Ab Eb She's well prepared to be a standard bearer Ab Eb As pure as unproverbial driven sleet. C Am Halfway up the Wrekin with an empty flask of tea C Am A fog descends and takes away my visibility C Am Yet in this Helen Keller state I'd still quite like to know G G7 "Why is Rod Hull alive - and getting paid as well?" Am E Am E And I wonder if they'll bring back National Service and the birch Am E Am G B E (x8) And I wonder but I doubt if they will ever bring back the Watney Cup.