D G D G D A D G D I pulled out of the suburbs by sunset. G D A Rain was falling, looked like it would for a while. D G D I had a radio, six-pack and some cigarettes. G D A The radio died after the first hundred miles. G D I sang all the way to the border G A And guess who starred in every rhyme. D G A Ah you know and I know that love never runs on time. D G D G D A D G D I followed that old river 'til the morning. G D A I stopped, I don't remember the name of the town. D G D But the colour of the coffee was a warning, G D A It was the colour of the river but not nearly as brown. G D The waitress poured me another, G A I guess she was the mind-reading kind D G A D You know and I know that love never runs on time. Bm G You're lost in the traffic. A D I’ve been asking around, but you haven't been seen. Bm G I never thought we were perfect. A Oh but darling - what we could have been! (instrumental) D G D G D A D G D G D A D G D The rain came and went all the next day. G D A I pulled over sometime for a sleep on the side. D G D Then I gunned it back out on the highway, G D A Hit a big pot-hole and the radio came alive. G D I never heard a love song yet G A That I could call yours and mine D G A D 'Cause you know and I know that love never runs on time. (instrumental) G D I never heard a love song yet G A That I could call yours and mine. D G A D 'Cause you know and I know that love never runs on time.