You Need Hands Chords and Lyrics by Max Bygraves
Artist : Max Bygraves
Song : You Need Hands
|Max Bygraves - You Need Hands|
Intro : G Em C D Hands hands hands hands Verse 1 : G C G You need hands to hold someone you care for D You need hands to show that you're sincere C D C G When you feel nobody wants to know you Am C D G You need hands to brush away the tears Verse 2 : G C G When you hold a brand new baby C You need tender hands to guide them on their way C G Em You need hands to thank the Lord for living C D G And for giving us this day Music only as per ist 2.5 lines of V1 and last 2 lines of V2 G C G D C D G Em C D G Verse 3 : G C G You need hands to show the world you're happy C And you need hands when you have to stop the bus G Em But the hands we love so dear are the hands we love to hear C D G Are the hands that you give to us You Need Feet verse as sung by by Bernard Bresslaw G C G You need feet to stand up straight with D You need feet to kick your friends C D C G You need feet to keep your socks on Am C D G And stop your legs from fraying at the ends G C G You need feet to walk to Scunthorpe C Or to dance the hoochy coo G Em Yes the whole world needs feet for something C D G And I need feet to run way from you
About Max Bygraves
Walter William Bygraves OBE (16 October 1922 – 31 August 2012), best known by the stage name Max Bygraves, was an English comedian, singer, actor and variety performer. He appeared on his own television shows, sometimes performing comedy sketches between songs. He made twenty Royal Variety Performance appearances and presented numerous programmes, including Family Fortunes.
Where he grew up in poverty in a two-room council flat with his five siblings, his parents and a grandparent. His father was a professional flyweight boxer, known as Battling Tom Smith, and a casual dockworker. Brought up Catholic, he attended St Joseph's School, Paradise Street, Rotherhithe, and sang with his school choir at Westminster Cathedral.
He left school at 14, working at the Savoy Hotel in London as a pageboy, but was sacked for being too tall. He later put some of his success as a variety performer down to his lanky physique. He was 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) tall, but weighed only 13 stone (83 kg) in adult life. He then became a messenger for an advertising agency in Fleet Street, before serving as a fitter in the Royal Air Force in the Second World War and working as a carpenter. He changed his name to Max Bygraves in honour of comedian Max Miller.
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