When I Was A Boy Who
[C] [C7] [F] [Fmin] [C] [G] [C] Verse:
[C]When I was a [F]baby
I had no [Bb]care in the [C]world
But[Bb] now, [F]I'm a m[Bb]an and [F]troubles [C]fill my head
[C]When I was [F]five, it was [Bb]good to be [C]alive.
But [Bb]now [F]I'm a [Bb]man I wi[F]sh that [Bb]I were dead.
D Bb F Fadd4 F (last two quickly)
My how time rushes by.
The[Eb] moment you're born you start to [F]die[Fadd4] [F]
'cause [D]time[Bb] waits for [F]no man.
And your [Eb]lifespan is [F]over before it began.
[Bb]When I [Bb7]sit here at my [Eb]window
My life comes [Ebmin]back to me.
It's been so [Gmin]long since the [F]good days.
It's been so [C]long.
This pattern repeats, even though the verse SOUNDS different the second