VERSE: G D/F# She can hear his car, as it pulls in the drive. Em Bm She can whisper a prayer: "Thank God, he's alive." C Am She can meet him at the door; catch him when he falls. Em F She can even believe that it isn't his fault. G But she can't save him VERSE: G D/F# She can make his coffee, in the cold light of day. Em Bm She can make his excuses: tell the boss he'll be late. C Am She can wave at the neighbours, then kiss him goodbye, Em F And not say a word 'bout what happened last night. G But she can't save him. BRIDGE: C F Sometimes she dreams that he's caught in a stream, G And the water keeps pulling him down. C F She reaches for him, as he pulls her in. Bb D She wakes just before she drowns. VERSE: G D/F# She can remember the man that he was, Em Bm And still shed a tear for what he's become. C Am She can live in that house until the day, Em F She sees that it's only herself she can save. G D/F# Em Bm 'Cause she can't save him. C Am And on that day she'll know she hasn't failed, Em F 'Cos nothing can change until he saves himself. G D/F# Em F No, she can't save him. G D/F# Em F LET RING) No, she can't save him. G -FADE No, she can't save him.