At eight o`clock we said goodbye, D G
that`s when I left her house for mine. C
She said that she`d be staying in
well she had to be at work by nine. Em Am
So I get home and have a bath, D G
and let an hour or two pass. C
drifting in front of my TV,
when a film comes on that she wants to see. E Am D
It`s Monday Morning 5:19, G C
and I`m still wondering where she`s been, Am D G
`cos every time I try to call I just get her machine. E Am D
And now it`s almost six am, G C
and I don`t want to try again, Am
`cos if she`s still not back B7 Em
then this must be the end.
At first I guess she`s gone to get
herself a pack of cigarettes,
a pint of milk, food for the cat,
but it`s midnight now and she`s still not back.
At half past two I picture her
in the back of someone else`s car
he runs his fingers through her hair
... Oh you shouldn`t let him touch you there!