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%Capo: III fret%
%Verse 1:%
[G]Well, you wonder why I always dress in black.
Why you never see bright colors on my [A]back, and
[C]Why does my appe[G]arance, seem to [C]have a sombre t[G]one,
Well, there's a [A]reason for the things that I have [D7]on.
%Verse 2:%
[G]I wear the black for the poor and the beaten down,
Livin' in the hopeless, hungry side of tow[A]n.
[C]I wear it for the pris[G]oner, who has l[C]ong paid for his cri[G]me.
But is the[A]re because he's a victim of the ti[D7]mes.
%Verse 3:%
[G]I wear the black for those, who've never read,
Or listened to the words, that Jesus s[A]aid,
[C]About the road to h[G]appiness, through l[C]ove and char[G]ity,
Why, you'd thi[A]nk He's talking straight to you and [D7]me.
%Verse 4:%
[G]Well, we're doin' mighty fine, I do suppose,
In our streak-of-lightnin' cars and fancy c[A]lothes,
[C]But just so we're re[G]minded, of, the [C]ones who are held [G]back,
Up f[A]ront there oughta be a man in bl[D7]ack.
%Verse 5:%
[G]I wear it for the sick and lonely old,
For the reckless ones, whose bad trip left them c[A]old,
[C]I wear the black in [G]mournin', for the [C]lives that could have [G]been,
Each w[A]eek we lose a hundred fine young m[D7]en.
%Verse 6:%
And, [G]I wear it for the thousands who have died,
Believin' that the Lord was on [A]their side,
[C]I wear it for [G]another hundred [C]thousand who have d[G]ied,
Beli[A]evin' that we all were on their s[D7]ide.
%Verse 7:%
[G]Well, there's things that never will be right, I know
and things need changin' everywhere yo[A]u go,
[C]But 'til we start to m[G]ake a move, to [C]make a few things [G]right,
You'll n[A]ever see me wear a suit of wh[D7]ite.
[G]Aw! I'd love to wear a rainbow every day, and
Tell the world that ev'rything's [A]OK
[C]But I'll try to carry [G]off a little d[C]arkness on my b[G]ack,
'Til things are [A7]brighter, [D7]I'm the man in [G]black.
{G} {A} {C} {D7} {A7}