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Mrs. Robinson

8 thoughts on “ Mrs. Robinson

  1. E7 A D G C Am E7 D De de de de de de de de de de de de de D G Em And here's to you Mrs. Robinson G Em C Am D Jesus loves you more than you will know, wo wo wo D G Em God bless you please Mrs. Robinson.G Em C Am Heaven holds a place for those who pray, hey hey hey E7 We'd like to know a little bit about you for our files A7 We'd like to help you learn to help .
  2. “Mrs. Robinson” was released as a single in April , and hit number one on the Billboard Hot chart in the US, while it also helped to keep The .
  3. "Mrs. Robinson" by Simon & Garfunkel was originally a part of The Graduate soundtrack, before being released as a single. It wasn't originally about this trope, but the director of The Graduate was obsessed with Simon and Garfunkel's music at the time.
  4. Mrs. Robinson can be used as a noun or an adjective to describe an older woman pursuing the romantic or sexual attention of younger men; Mrs. Robinsoning is a verb form of this concept (i.e., to Mrs. Robinson someone is to seduce a younger man).
  5. Margaret Robinson is a supporting character in The Amazing World of Gumball. She is the wife of Gaylord Robinson. Despite her and her husband's constant bickering, they both love each other. Mrs. Robinson has the same basic body structure of her husband. The main difference is that she has much larger hips and is much skinnier. Her head is also not directly a part of her .
  6. Chords and lyrics for Simon and Garfunkel - Mrs. Robinson in a free, online, printable format. Includes a transposer to put the song in a key you can sing/play.
  7. Originally titled Mrs. Roosevelt, "Mrs. Robinson" is a song by American folk-rock duo Simon & Garfunkel. Written by Paul Simon, the first version of the song appeared in the critically acclaimed film The Graduate, the song was later reworked for release on their album 'Bookends'.
  8. It's a little secret just the Robinson's affair Most of all you've got to hide it from the kids Koo-koo-ka-choo, Mrs. Robinson Jesus loves you more than you will know Whoa, whoa, whoa God bless you, please, Mrs. Robinson Heaven holds a place for those who pray Hey, hey, hey Hey, hey, hey Sitting on a sofa on a Sunday afternoon Going to the.

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