VERSE 1: (strum each chord once)
A Bm7 G
Do you have the time?
ĎCause Iíve been here waiting since a quarter after nine.
D A Bm7
And it is not true love that Iím hoping I will find.
No the truth is that I just donít want to be alone tonight.
VERSE 2: (Listen and strum chords accordingly)
D A Bm7
My how your eyes sparkle. Have you heard that one before?
'Cause if you have don't you worry I know at least one million more.
Like the one about your father stealing stars out of the sky,
And if I could buy you just one more drink, I think I'd have the strength to tell these lies.
G Bm G
And it must feel so fine to get what you want every time.
I would if I were more like James Dean.
CHORUS: (listen for strumming)
G D G D
Then I could walk right up to you and say ďHello how do you do?Ē
F#M Bm7 Bm A
Then you'd come back home with me,
But I'm just not that cool you see, Iím just not that cool you see.
VERSE 2: (same chords as verse 1)
So for now I'll just sit here and wait alone,
and hope that maybe you'll say hello, as the night just creeps along.
And I don't want to know about the clothes you wear.
I want to see you in the morning with the sunlight through your hair.