Good Hearted Man Song Lyrics and Chords

Fats Domino

 

Good Hearted Man Song Lyrics and Chords by Fats Domino

 

[chordpress float=”none” format=”yes” hbnotation=”no” interactive=”no” transpose=”0″]Good Hearted Man
Recorded by Fats Domino
Written by Antoine Domino and Dave Bartholomew
[G]You got me walkin’ the floor
Like I never walked [C]before
You should be a[G]shamed
[D7]To hurt a good hearted [G]man
You know that’s not fair
You got me pullin’ out my [C]hair
You should be a[G]shamed
[D7]To hurt a good hearted [G]man
Because a [C]good [D7]man is [G]hard to find
I said a [A7]good man is [D7]hard to find
You hurt me [G]so
I just had to let you [C]know
You should be a[G]shamed
[D7]To hurt a good hearted [G]man
Repeat #3
[D7]To hurt a good hearted [G]man[/chordpress]

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Good Hearted Man?
– The song Good Hearted Man was sang by Fats Domino.

 

Who is Fats Domino?
– Antoine Dominique Domino Jr. (February 26, 1928 – October 24, 2017), known as Fats Domino, was an American pianist and singer-songwriter. One of the pioneers of rock and roll music, Domino sold more than 65 million records.Between 1955 and 1960, he had eleven Top 10 US pop hits. By 1955 five of his records had sold more than a million copies, being certified gold. The Associated Press estimates that during his career, the artist “sold more than 110 million records and the Grammy organization states that Domino landed 37 songs in the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 throughout his career, including 11 that peaked inside the Top 10”.His humility and shyness may be one reason his contribution to the genre has been overlooked. The significance of his work was great however Elvis Presley declared Domino to be “the real king of rock ‘n’ roll” and once announced that Domino “was a huge influence on me when I started out”.Four of Domino’s records were named to the Grammy Hall of Fame for their significance: “Blueberry Hill”, “Ain’t It A Shame”, “Walking to New Orleans” and “The Fat Man”. “The Fat Man” “is cited by some historians as the first rock and roll single and the first to sell more than 1 million copies”.

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