Feel No Shame

(from Innes Book of Records television show)

 
          




[Intro]:  A7  D  *(Dsus4  D)
          A7  D  *(Dsus4  D)



A7
  Once I knew a love so true 

D
  Every inch an artist 

A7
  An eye for detail, without equal 

D
  And a face for trusting 

A7
  A country girl who knew the world 

D
  But who's judgment was a little too reckless 

A7
  And when in turn she showed concern, well

D
  She wore it like a necklace 


D            G                D
  I told her, have yourself a good time, honey

G                      D
  Go out and share the blame 

G                              D
  Do what you should but if it makes you feel good 

G                    D        *(Dsus4  D)
  I hope you feel no shame 

          G                         D
  I said, honey, I hope you feel no shame


*(D  Dsus4  D 

  D  Dsus4  D)


A7
  She could not see that sympathy 

D
  Was no recompense 

A7
  A gift belated, motivated 

D
  By a guilty conscience 

A7
  A hand that steals and a hand that heals 

D
  The Anglo-Saxon attitude 

A7
  The hand that feeds the hand that needs 

D
  Can expect no gratitude 


D            G                D
  So come on, have yourself a good time, baby 

G                      D
  Go out and share the blame 

G                              D
  Do what you should but if it makes you feel good 

G                    D        *(Dsus4  D)
  I hope you feel no shame 

             G                   D
  I told her, I hope you feel no shame


*(D  Dsus4  D  

  D  Dsus4  D)


A7
  Oh, what I'd give once more to live 

D
  In childhood innocence 

A7
  The things men do with words so true 

D
  Would seem much more like common sense 

A7
  An empire built on civilized guilt 

             D 
  and yet the homeland still is the stranger 

A7
  To my friends who make amends 

                       D
  But in tryin' see no danger 


                    G                D
  So come on, honey, have yourself a good time 

G                      D
  Go out and share the blame 

G                              D
  Do what you should but if it makes you feel good 

G                          D
  Baby, I hope you feel no shame 

          G                         D
  I said, honey, I hope you feel no shame


          A7
  I said, Yeah... yeah yeah woooh! 

D
  I hope, I hope you feel so good 


          A7
  I said, Yeah... yeah yeah yeah! 

D
  I hope, I hope you feel so good


          A7
  I said, Yeah... yeah yeah yeah! 

D
  I hope, I hope you feel so good


          A7                        D
  I said, Yeah... yeah yeah yeah! 

  nc                          **G7   G6   D
  I hope you feel so good





NB:

*The chords indicated in parentheses (ie. Dsus4) 
throughout the song are only brief passing 
chords, and can be omitted if desired.

**The ending (indicated by '**') can just be 
played as G7 then D; the [G7 -> G6 -> D] 
progression is indicated mainly to emphasise the 
decending notes of 'F', 'E' and 'D' occuring in 
the ending.

*** indicates no chord is to be played.



          I wonder if it's the same monk outfit that he wore in Holy Grail?