He Stands Real Tall Song Lyrics and Chords

 

He Stands Real Tall Song Lyrics and Chords by Little Jimmy Dickens

 

He Stands Real Tall
Recorded by Little Jimmy Dickens
Written by Cal Veale
G 
Folks know I'm a  
C 
poor boy  
G 
poor as I can be
 
But  
C 
they all know I'm  
G 
happy and  
C 
they all envy  
G 
me
 
I get to thinkin' I'm  
C 
kinda big  
G 
although I'm kinda small
 
But  
C 
when good folks  
G 
respect you  
D7 
it makes you stand real  
G 
tall
 
Al
C 
though I'm wearing  
G 
ragged clothes  
D7 
you'll find their always  
G 
clean
 
My  
C 
wife works hard to  
G 
keep 'em nice  
A7 
proudest girl I've  
D7 
seen
 
A  
G 
little girl that  
C 
loves me I'm the  
G 
luckiest man of all
C 
Find a man that's  
G 
loved so much  
D7 
you'll find he stands real  
G 
tall
 
I won't get rich a  
C 
farmin' I'll  
G 
do the best I can
 
I  
C 
ain't got much but  
G 
what we've got  
C 
I got it from thi
G 
 
land
 
We've almost saved the  
C 
money gonna  
G 
pay it off next fall
 
And  
C 
any man that  
G 
has this much  
D7 
you'll find he stands real  
G 
tall
 
It  
C 
isn't clothes that  
G 
make a man it's  
D7 
what you'll find  
G 
inside
 
Don't  
C 
judge a man or  
G 
think he's weak  
A7 
because you seen him  
D7 
cry
 
A  
G 
man can be a  
C 
big man  
G 
even though he's small
C 
Find a man that's  
G 
loved a lot  
D7 
you'll find he stands real  
G 
tall
C 
Find a man who's  
G 
loved a lot  
D7 
you'll find he stands real  
G 
tall

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song He Stands Real Tall?
- The song He Stands Real Tall was sang by Little Jimmy Dickens.

 

Who is Little Jimmy Dickens?
- James Cecil Dickens (December 19, 1920 - January 2, 2015), better known by his stage name Little Jimmy Dickens, was an American country music singer and songwriter famous for his humorous novelty songs, his small size (4'11" [150 cm]), and his rhinestone-studded outfits, in which he is given credit for introducing into country music live performances). He started as a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 1948 and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1983. Before his death he was the oldest living member of the Grand Ole Opry.

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