In article , [email protected] (Randy Crawford) writes:
>I can't seem to find the lyrics to this song.
>Any help would be greatly appreciated. I think
>it was done by The Who.
D (hold)/ /G A /D /GA/
I don't mind other guys dancin' with my girl
/D /G A /D /
That's fine I know them all pretty well
/Em /A G /D
And I know sometimes I must get out in the light
/Em / A / D G/
But we'll leave her behind where the kids are alright,
A / D G/
the kids are alright
/D /G A /D /GA/
Sometimes I know I gotta get away
/D /G A /D /
Bell's chime, I know I gotta get away
/Em /A G /D
But I know if I don't I'll go out of my mind
/Em /A / D G/
But we'll leave her behind where the kids are alright
A / D G/ A /
the kids are alright
A /A /G/G/
I know if I go things will be a lot better for her
A /A /G/G
We had things planned but her folks wouldn't let her
A /DG/
(First Verse) then repeat "the kids are alright" 3X and end
Sorry this is as good as my memory gets. I'll check and edit this later if
needed.
From: Clint Adams
The Kids Are Alright
Words & Music By Pete Townshend
D5 G A D
I don't mind other guys dancing with my girl.
G A D G A D
That's fine. I know them all pretty well
Em A G D
But I know sometimes I___ must get out___ in the light___.
Em A D
Better leave her behind___ where the kids are alright.
A D
The kids are alright.
A D G A D
Sometimes I feel I gotta get away___.
G A D G A D
Bells chime. I know I gotta get away
Em A G D
And I know if I don't___, I'll go out___ of my mind___.
Em A D
Better leave her behind___ where the kids are alright.
A D
The kids are alright.
A A* G*
I know if I'd go, things'd be a lot better for her.
A* G*
I had things planned, but her folks wouldn't let her.
D G A D
I don't mind other guys dancing with my girl.
G A D G A D
That's fine. I know them all pretty well
Em A G D
But I know sometimes I must get out in the light.
Em [NC] D
Better leave her behind where the kids are alright.
A D
The kids are alright.
(solo -- mostly A, G*, and A*)
G* D G A D
Sometimes I feel I gotta get away.
G A D G A D
Bells chime. I know I gotta get away
Em A G D
And I know if I don't, I'll go out of my mind.
Em A D Dsus4 A
Better leave her behind where the kids are alright_________.
(same pattern, D, Dsus4, A)
The kids are alright. The kids are alright.
D
The kids are alright.
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A* and G* represent an F-barre chord (i.e. xx7655 and xx5433).
Where I have the chord over the middle of a syllable (or in some cases
over underscores at the end of a word), play the chord about an eighth
note behind. In the section where I have the chords in between words,
strum the chord twice (eighth notes). Listen to the recording.
Address any questions to [email protected]




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