Ab Db The college party ends finally Ab Bbm Db To working placements and holidays Ab Db A stolen kiss in the lavatory Ab Bbm Db She shuts her eyes and says 'Miss me, miss me'Ě Ab Cm She's fat loose and fancies me Cm Gb Db But she's hanging off a barman of forty three Ab Cm And he dribbles in her ear, she giggles and grins Gb Db She knows she loves her father but she can't imagine doing it with him Ab Bbm Db Bbm Now or never, it's so damn clever Ab Bbm To their love anthem Db Cm Ab Bbm Db Bbm She shuts her pretty eyes, she's holding Leslie Grantham. Ab Db In six weeks time she says 'Nataurally, Ab Bbm Db You're not the man that you used to be.'Ě Ab Db Ab Bbm Db And he says 'Darling how could I be, when you were born I was twenty three Ab Cm Gb Db And married in love, like a stallion in stud Db Cm And now I weave this network of fibs Gb Db And I write a mid-life pantomime, you're younger than my kids.'Ě Ab Bbm And it's now or never Db Bbm As he waves his white feather Ab Bbm 'Cos he's fallen in love Db With the man he was back then Cm Would it ever be enough Gb Shit she's already on the bus Ab Bbm And it's now or never Db Bbm She has a picture of them together Ab Bbm She says stuff like 'Life's a game.'Ě Db She has a locker room story Cm Ab Bbm But the boys are getting older every day Db Bbm Ab Bbm Db Cm Bbm Ab The boys are getting older every day'¶.