C C7 Drinking whiskey reminds me of you F F7 You’re the first in ages to have gotten through C C7 I know you mean well, yes I know that you do G G7 C But sooner or later you’re going to break me in two C Were my pupils dilated? C7 Could you tell that I liked you? F F7 We were so unlikely C C7 You flirt with an ex, put me to the test though G G7 C And still I want to tell you that I love you the best C C7 We turned the radiators on and there was no way back F Did you know F7 You had The Plough star trail on your back? C C7 Your voice is quiet but I need it loud G In the night you went up G7 C And in the morning you went down C C7 And it’s like you to forbid me to say goodnight F I had your brown eyes and limbs F7 On me through the night C C7 These words are weak and to your dislike G G7 C But you’ll never believe them so I guess it’s alright F C Do you like the view I show you? F C Oh I say look at the light F C Do you still miss the way that I hold you? G In other towns and cities C Who’s holding you tonight? C C7 The dresses came out of the bag then the tears came F F7 And drinking has never been the same again C C7 I shared your trouble, I shared your weight G G7 C I lost it with you today C C7 And we don’t share a birthday we do share a sign F F7 And we shared something or was it in my mind C C7 There was talk of love and how I need it back G G7 C I’d be better for you than that last love of mine F C Do you like the view I show you? F C I say look at the light F C Do you still miss the way that I hold you? G Oh, in other towns and cities C Who’s holding you tonight? G You’re in another town or city G7 C You mean nothing to me tonight.