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A Better Man Than I

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  1. Nov 15,  · “You’re A Better Man Than I” was originally written by brothers Mike & Brian Hugg; Mike Hugg would later gain notoriety as the second lead singer for Manfred Mann. Lyrically, the song.
  2. "You're a Better Man Than I", alternately listed as "Mr. You're a Better Man Than I" or "Better Man Than I", is a song first recorded by the English rock band the planbagerolnorevinnolisuvelrext.co was written by brothers Mike and Brian Hugg, and became the opening track to the group's second American album, Having a Rave Up with The Yardbirds (). Three months later in February , it was released in the UK A-side: "Shapes of Things" (UK).
  3. Mr. You're a Better Man Than I Lyrics: Can you judge a man / By the way he wears his hair? / Can you read his mind / By the clothes that he wears? / Can you see a bad man / By the pattern on his tie?
  4. Well then, Mister, you're a better man than I Yeah, Mister, you're a better man than I Oh, Mister, you're a better man than I Yeah, Mister, you're a better man than I Can you condemn a man if your faith he doesn't hold? Say the colour of his skin is the colour of his soul? Could you say that men for king and country all must die? Well, Mister.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Yardbirds* - Shapes Of Things / You're A Better Man Than I at Discogs. Complete your Yardbirds* collection.
  6. Feb 24,  · You're A Better Man Than I chords for the acoustic guitar The Yardbirds (B. Hugg / M. Hugg) Capo II F G E 2x F G\\G Can you judge a man, E E\\E By the way he wears his hair? F G\\G Can you read his mind, E E/E By the clothes that he wears?
  7. "Gunga Din" is an poem by Rudyard Kipling set in British India. The poem is much remembered for its final line: "You're a better man than I am, Gunga Din".
  8. In written English, especially in a formal document such as a business letter or a school assignment, most native speakers believe that the subject pronouns I, he, she, we, and they are correct after than. Therefore, if you want to sound educated and correct, it is safer to use “better than I.”.
  9. Jan 23,  · Em F#m And call a man a fool G A If for wealth he doesn't strive [Chorus] Bm F#m Then Mister you're a better man than I Bm F#m Yeah Mister You're a better man than I Bm F#m Oh Mister You're a better man than I Bm F#m Yeah Mister You're a better man than I [Solo] F#m [Verse 3] G A Can you condemn a man F#m If your faith he doesn't hold?

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