G C I could be a millionaire if I had the money F G I could own a mansion, no I don't think I'd like that G C But I might write a song that makes you laugh, now that would be funny F G And you could tell your friends in England you'd like that C G But now I've chosen aeroplanes and boats to come between us F G F G And a line or two on paper wouldn't go amiss C G How is Worcestershire? Is it still the same between us? C G Do you still use television to send you fast asleep? Am C G Can you last another week? Does the cistern still leak? F Or have you found a man to mend it? G C G Oh, and by the way, how's your broken heart? F G Is that mended too? I miss you F G C Am G I miss you, I really do. G C I've been reading Browning, Keats and William Wordsworth F G And they all seem to be saying the same thing for me G C Well I like the words they use, and I like the way they use them F G You know, Home Thoughts From Abroad is such a beautiful poem C G And I know how Robert Browning must have felt F G F G 'Cause I'm feeling the same way about you C G Wondering what you're doing and if you need some help C G Am Do I still occupy your mind? Am I being so unkind? C G F Do you find it very lonely, or have you found someone to laugh with? G C G Oh, and by the way, are you laughing now? F G 'Cause I'm not, I miss you F G C Am G I miss you, I really do. G C G I really do.