Tom Milsom

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Tom Milsom

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	        C           F 
Last week I ran downtown  
       G            C 
To see you and tell you I love(d) you  
           F                   G 
But just before I reached your door  
              C 
I stopped and looked above to  
Am 
Pray to anyone whoíd hear me  
F 
Getting the pluck  
                            G 
To wish myself luck and say 


           C 
Youíre the reason to my rhyme  
           Am 
And itís a shame, no itís a crime  
              F 
That Iíve not told you that I love(d) you  
           Fm 
Cause Iíve never found the time, 
          C 
Youíre my happiness and sadness,  
           Am 
Youíre the method to my madness  
F 
Nobody Iíd rather be with,  
Fm                      C 
Nobody Iíd ever be with 


C                F 
And through your bedroom window 
G             C 
I saw you and you saw me 
              F                 G 
The young man lying on your bed 
                C 
Was right where I could clearly 
Am 
See him telling you what I had 
F 
Wanted to say, from the 
                       G 
Very first day we met 


           C 
Youíre the reason to my rhyme  
           Am 
And itís a shame, no itís a crime  
              F 
That Iíve not told you that I love(d) you  
           Fm 
Cause Iíve never found the time, 
          C 
Youíre my happiness and sadness,  
           Am 
Youíre the method to my madness 
F 
Nobody Iíd rather be with,  
Fm                      C 
Nobody Iíd ever be with 


C           F                  G 
So two days passed and then at last 
              C 
I thought Iíd try and ring you 
               F               G 
And see if you were free, then maybe we 
      C 
Could go to town and 
Am                               F 
Get some food and see a film you wanted to see, 
                            G 
And then afterwards weíd go home 
C                     F 
You said that sounded great, 
    G                 C 
But youíd a date with that young man who 
           F 
I had seen previously 
        G           C 
The time I had come round to see you 
Am                                F 
And I donít think I can hold this in any more 
                              G 
So Iím sorry if I bore you to death, 


               C 
But youíre the reason to my rhyme  
           Am 
And itís a shame, no itís a crime  
              F 
That Iíve not told you that I love(d) you  
           Fm 
Cause Iíve never found the time, 
          C 
Youíre my happiness and sadness,  
           Am 
Youíre the method to my madness  
F 
Nobody Iíd rather be with,  
Fm                       
Nobody Iíd ever, 


           C 
Youíre the reason to my rhyme  
           Am 
And itís a shame, no itís a crime  
              F 
That Iíve not told you that I love(d) you  
           Fm 
Cause Iíve never found the time, 
          C 
Youíre my happiness and sadness,  
           Am 
Youíre the method to my madness  
F 
Nobody Iíd rather be with,  
Fm                      C 
Nobody Iíd ever be with
	        
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