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Etiquette Blues lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a fun to do song recorded by Chad Morgan.
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Etiquette Blues Recorded by Chad Morgan
C I’m the bloke what wrote the book on etiquette G7 I know how your tucker should be eat C A7 Now I have wrote this little book about the things I saw D7 G7 So take them down and don’t forget that what I say is law
C Always leave your spoon stuck in your coffee G7 Start with your soup first sound your ‘A’s’ (slurp) C A7 Napkins are to catch the food that bounces off your knife D7 G7 Tuck your napkin in so it will stay
C Take two toothpicks you might sometimes drop one F Many other pointers I could mention G7 C A7 Always gesture with your fork Friday means its fish or pork D7 G7 C Oh thank you for your very kind attention
Always mix your peas with your potatoes G7 Then eating with your knife won’t seem so hard C A7 And when somebody ask for bread just grab it in your mitt D7 G7 Chuck it at them like you deal a card
C Always keep your elbows on the table F Many other pointes I could mention C A7 Always let your ice-cream melt loosen two holes in your belt D7 G7 C Oh thank you for your very kind attention
Never cut spaghetti up in pieces G7 Eat it like a chicken eating worms C A7 And when you’re eating cake be sure to eat the icing first D7 G7 Watch out for bacteria and germs
C Always laugh when noting funny happens (LAUGH) F Many other pointes I could mention C A7 Bog in first and never wait lick the gravy off your plate D7 G7 C Oh thank you for your very kind attention
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