"Sleep Alone" as written by Ann Wilson and Susan Ennis....
Say so long baby
Turn around
Loneliness hits you
Emptiness closes you down
Alone in his car

You think of his name
Took part of you with him
It won't be the same
You love to relive
The love that he gives

You love to recall
The rush of it all
He woos you so sweet
Then kicks on the heat
You're willing, you're hot
Give him all that you got
Lonely woman gets so cold
With no loverboy to hold

One more night she's on her own
Nobody meant to sleep alone
You're waiting too hard, counting the days
Till he comes home to lift you out of this haze
You dream all day, climb the walls all night
No satisfaction till he makes it right

So hard to kick
The memory addicting you
So hard to lick
The romance afflicting you

You love to relive the love that he gives
You love to recall the rush of it all
Lonely woman gets so cold
With no lover boy to hold
One more night she's on her own
Nobody meant to sleep alone


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"Sleep Alone" as written by Susan Ennis Ann Wilson

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