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You Wear It Well

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  1. You wear it well A little old fashioned but that's all right Well I suppose you're thinking I bet he's sinking or he wouldn't get in touch with me Oh I ain't begging or losing my head I sure do want you to know that you wear it well There ain't a lady in the land so fine.
  2. Sep 23,  · [Verse] D G I had nothing to do on this hot afternoon A D but to settle down and write you a line G I been meaning to phone ya, but from Minnesota A D Hell, it's been a very long time A You wear it well Em D/F# G A A little old fashioned but that's all right D G Well, I suppose you're thinking I bet he's sinking A D Oh, he wouldn't get in touch.
  3. wear well 1. To remain functional or adequate despite long or continuous use. I bought this old car nearly 20 years ago, and it is still wearing well to this day. 2. To remain particularly popular or well regarded for a long time. Truly great poetry will always wear well, whether it was written this morning or years ago. And yet, 30 years later, the.
  4. "You Wear It Well" is a song written by Rod Stewart and Martin Quittenton, performed by Stewart. It utilizes an arrangement markedly similar to that of "Maggie May," one of Stewart's hits from the previous year. Stewart recorded "You Wear It Well" for the album Never a Dull Moment, and released it as a single on 12 August.
  5. You wear it well (Oh, yeah, baby) You wear it well, you wear it well (You take my breath away) Wear (Ooh) You wear it well, just wanna tell you You wear it well, the way it looks on you You wear it well, just wanna tell you You wear it well. You wear it well You wear it well, you wear it well (Go on with your bad self) You wear it well (Ho).
  6. Nov 09,  · Odd Chords: D/F# 2x Intro: D Em Em D/F# G A x2 D - G A D I had nothing to do on this hot afternoon, but to settle down and write you a line G A D I been meaning to phone ya, but from Minnesota, hell, it's been a very long time A Em - D/F# - G - A You wear it well, a little old fashioned but that's all right D - G A D Well I suppose you're.
  7. (D)I had (G)nothing to do on this hot afternoon but to (A)settle down and write you a (D)line I been (G)meaning to phone ya, but from Minnesota (A)Hell, it's been a very long (D)time You wear it (A)well A (Em)little old (D/F#)fashioned but (G)that's all (A)right (D)I sup(G)pose you're thinking I'll bet he's sinking or he (A)wouldn't get.
  8. Lyrics to 'You Wear It Well' by Rod Stewart. I had nothing to do on this hot afternoon But to settle down and write you a line I've been meaning to phone you, but from Minnesota Hell, it's been a very long time.

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