Gaslight Street:Herman's Hermits. Album - There's a Kind of Hush All Over the World - #13 on BB Hot 200 on EMI Records in 1967. INTRO: G Am C #1. G C There's a place on the edge of town (edge of town) Am C D G where the kids all hang around (hang around.) G Am Cobbled streets and terraced houses, window boxes D all around. C D Em It's never changed in sixty years and it's tumbling down. C D E It's never really know by name, it's called Gaslight Am G Em C Street, Gaslight Street. #2. G C In the evening when the sun goes down (sun goes down) Am C Am G and there ain't nobody else around (else around.) G C The lamp lighter walks down the street, illumination, A D indiscreet. C D Em It doesn't have much effect, it seems he's wasting his time. C D E The lamp light don't shine so bright on Gaslight Street, Am C Em C Gaslight Street. BRIDGE: B G D C Every night at nine there's children playing around the Bm D street. Bm G C Trying to dodge their parents when they call them in to D C G C go to sleep. #3. G C Am Monday morning and as a rule (as a rule) the place is quiet C Em G they're all at school (all at school.) G Am Lines of washing hang across the street, a weary policeman C D walks his beat. C D Em It's never changed in sixty years and it's tumbling down. C D E It's never really know by name, it's called Gaslight C G Em D C G Street, Gaslight Street. OUTRO: G Hmmm-hmmm-hmmm-hmmm-hmm-hmm-(hmm-hmmm-hmm) Am D Em La-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la (aaaahhh-oooooooo)(Fade.) A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.