Queen – Good Company – (Guitar Chords)
Steven Robertson performs and sings Good Company on acoustic guitar a Brian May track from Queen album A Night At The Opera Chords taken form The Queen Complete Chord Book “Good Company” is a song by British rock band Queen, which was written by Brian May. May also played a “Genuine Aloha” Banjo uke and provided all the vocals on the track.
The song tells a story about a man who was advised in young age by his father to “take care of those you call your own, and keep good company”. The young man accepts the advice, marrying a girl named Sally and also keeping his friends.
However, he began losing interest in his friends after the marriage and they gradually disappear. As he is older, he is becoming more skilled and dedicated to his occupation by working long nights and neglecting his family. In the end, all his efforts is rewarded and he begins his own Limited company (it also serves as a pun; the word “company” mainly serves as a meaning of friends, companions). Dedicated more to his business, he hardly noticed that his wife left him. The song ends with a speaker as an elderly man, puffing on his pipe and pondering the lessons of his life, which he has no one left to share with. Video by James Rundle of Rock Licks Guitar Tuition in South Shields https://www.rock-licks.com