Classic Rock

Keep The Customer Satisfied

8 thoughts on “ Keep The Customer Satisfied

  1. Lyrics to 'Keep the Customer Satisfied' by Simon And Garfunkel. Gee, but its great to be back home Home is where I want to be I've been on the road so long, my friend And if you come along I know you wouldn't disagree.
  2. Just trying to keep my customers satisfied Satisfied. Deputy Sheriff said to me “Tell me what you come here for, boy You better get your bags and flee You’re in trouble, boy And now you’re heading into more” It’s the same old story Everywhere I go I get slandered, libeled I hear words I never heard in the Bible.
  3. It’s not an easy job keeping your customers satisfied, but it’s one of the most important tasks you have as a boss and owner. Making sure they’re happy shouldn’t be a guessing game. Have a strategy in place that allows you to monitor their level or contentment with your business and products.
  4. out of 5 stars Buddy Rich - keeping the customer satisfied! Reviewed in the United States on August 10, Verified Purchase. Such clean,warm,exciting sound on fantastic arrangements! There are some great soloists, the young George Zonce on trumpet in /5.
  5. Nov 20,  · [Chorus] E E7 A7 E B7 Every - where I go, I get slandered, libelled, E E7 A I hear words I never heard in the bible, E C#m And I'm one step ahead of the shoe shine, E C#m Two steps away from the County Line, E E7 A E Just trying to keep my customers satisfied, sati - fied [Verse 2] N.C. E E6 E E6 Deputy sheriff said to me, E E6 E E6 E E6 E E6 E.
  6. Keep the Customer Satisfied is a live album by Buddy Rich and his big band, recorded at the Tropicana Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Track listing. LP side A "Keep the Customer Satisfied" – "Long Day's Journey" (Don Piestrup) – Genre: Jazz.
  7. "Keep the Customer Satisfied" is a song by American music duo Simon & Garfunkel from the group's fifth studio album, Bridge over Troubled Water (). It was included as the B side of their signature hit, "Bridge Over Troubled Water".
  8. Keep the Customer Satisfied was written shortly after the civil rights era, and the wording absolutely references being run out of a county in the South. (I am old enough to remember that era.) Excellent comments from all and great site. ANetliner on August 24, Link4/5(4).

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