1.G Step one you say we D/F# need to talk, he Emi7 walks you say sit D/F# down it's just a talk, he G smiles politely D/F# back at you, you Emi7 stare politely D/F# right on through, some G sort of window D/F# to your right, as Emi7 he goes left and D/F# you stay right, beG tween the lines of D/F# fear and blame, and Emi7 you begin to wonder D/F# why you came.
R:C Where did I go Dadd9 wrong, I lost a friEm end, somewhere aG long in the biD/F# tterness, and C I would have stayed up Dadd9 with you all niEm ght, had I knoG wn how to D/F# save a life.G
2.Let him know that you know best, cause after all you do know best, try to slip past his defense, without granting innocence, lay down a list of what is wrong, the things you've told him all along, and pray to God he hears you, and pray to God he hears you.
R:Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend, somewhere along in the bitterness, and I would have stayed up with you all night, had I known how to save a life.
3.As he begins to raise his voice, you lower yours and grant him one last choice, drive until you lose the road, or break with the ones you've followed, he will do one of two things, he will admit to everything, or he'll say he's just not the same, and you'll begin to wonder why you came.
R:[: Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend, somewhere along in the bitterness, and I would have stayed up with you all night, had I known how to save a life. :]