[Em]She calls out to the [D]man on the [C]street [Em]: "Sir can you [D]help me?
It's [Em]cold and I've [D]nowhere to [Am7]sleep, is [Em]there somewhere you can [D]tell me? "
[Em]He walks on [D]doesn't look [C]back, [Em] he pretends he can't [D]hear her [Em]
Start to whistle as he [D]crosses the [Am7]street, [Em] seem embarrassed to [D]be there
Oh, [Em]think [D]twice, cos' it's [Cmaj7]another day for you and me in para[D]dise
Oh, [Em]think [D]twice, cos' it's [Cmaj7]another day for you, [D]you and [Em]me in [D]pa[C]radise [Em]
Oh [Em]lord is there [D]nothing more any[G]body can do. Oh [D]lor[Em]d there must be
somet[D]hing you can [G]say [D] [Am7]
It's just [Em]another day for [D]you and [Am7]me in para[Em]dise
[Em]She calls out to the [D]man on the [C]street, [Em] he can see she's been [D]crying [Em]
She's get blisters on the [D]soles of her [Am7]feet, [Em] she can't walk but she's [D]trying
[Em]You can [D]tell from the [C]lines on her [Am7]face, [Em] you can see that she's [D]been there
[Em]Probably been moved on from [D]every [Am7]place, [Em] cos' she didn't fit [D]in there