A F#m Midnight. Not a sound from the pavement. D Has the moon lost her memory? C#m She is smiling alone. Hm In the lamplight F#m the withered leaves collect at my feet E E - D A And the wind begins to moan. Memory. All alone in the moonlight I can smile at the old days, I was beautiful then. I remember the time I knew what happiness was, Let the memory live again. C#m C#m - Hm C#m C#m - Hm Every street lamp seems to beat C#m A- H E a fatalistic warning. C#m F#m7 H7 Emaj Someone mutters and a street lamp gutters C#m C#m- F#7 H and soon it will be morning. Daylight. I must wait for the sunrise, I must think of a new life And I mustn't give in. When the dawn comes tonight will be a memory too And a new day will begin. F Dm Bb Am Gm Dm C C-Bb F Am Am - Gm Am Am - Gm Burnt out ends of smoky days, Am F - G7 C the stale cold smell of morning. Am7 Dm7 G7 Cmaj The street lamp dies, another night is over, Am Am- D7 G G7 another day is dawning. C Am Touch me. It's so easy to leave me F All alone with the memory Em Of my days in the sun. Dm If you touch me Am you'll understand what happiness is. G G-F C Look, a new day has begun.