Авторы музыки: Ian Anderson
"Son" Jethro Tull Benefit 1970 Standard Tuning Verse 1 Em G A Em G A Oh I feel, sympathy A F# Be grateful my son for what you get Em G A Em G A Expression and passion A F# Ten days for watching the sunset G A C B When I was your age amusement we made for ourselves Verse 2 (same as verse 1) Interlude E F#m7 E E7 A I on--------ly feel what touches me A E A E A And feel in touching I can see A A7 F# A better state to be in E F#m7 E E7 A Who has the right to question what I might do A E A In feeling I should touch the real A A7 F# And only things I feel Verse 3 (same as other verses) Lyrics: Oh, I feel sympathy. Be grateful my son for what you get. Expression and passion. Ten days for watching the sunset; when I was your age amusement we made for ourselves. ''Permission to breathe sir,'' don't talk like that, I'm your old man. They'll soon be demobbed son, so join up as soon as you can. You can't borrow that 'cos that's for the races and doesn't grow on trees. I only feel what touches me and feel in touching I can see a better state to be in. Who has the right to question what I might do, in feeling I should touch the real and only things I feel. It's advice and it's nice to know when you're best advised. You've only turned thirty, so son, you'd better apologize. And when you grow up, if you're good we will buy you a bike. Injoi.