Em So I’m walking down the road and heading towards me Is somebody I know, but not like a brother He’s seen me, and we both realise That we’re going to have to put into operation the tricky manoeuvre that is Acknowledgment without breaking stride. Em So I keep my eyes fixed firmly on the ground, ‘til I get within ten or so feet away With a nod of the head and a timely hello I can carry on walking, don’t wanna get talking Rule number one – carry on walking and anyway I don’t know his name. G D Em G D C And if I were to guess I’d guess it all wrong and I’d be there for a long time. G F How’s it going, where’re you living Bb C Do you still see much of Steve? G F Are you married, are you working Bb G C D G C D G C D Em Do you still drink in the Swan? Em Inside back page, Radio Times “My kind of day” with the actors and actresses I get up about six, and I have a cold shower, switch on “Today”, Vitamin C Write some letters ‘til quarter past eight when Olivia takes Oliver to school. It’s about an hour’s drive to Shepperton from ours Em So I go through the scripts in the back of the car And if I get hungry I’ll eat a Multigrain Bar. Weekends are good we can walk the South Downs as a family But of course what most people never realise Is that us poor actors are out of work G D Em G D C For ninety percent of the time. G F Yes, of course I must have missed you Bb C At the Job Club yesterday G F Bb G G F Bb C G C Bb G Em Maybe you were signing on or finding out about free school meals. D G D G D G D G Gary doesn’t live here anymore, Gary doesn’t live here anymore D G D G D G D G C D G C D G C D Em Gary doesn’t live here anymore, Gary took a dive from the second floor.