"The Ballroom" as written by and Eberhard Lothar Faber....
I walk into the ballroom alone
The maitre'd is busy on the phone
I wonder where you are
As I walk up to the bar and get a drink
Ooh, I need to think
Dancing on the floor has begun
The couples stroll out one by one
Excuse me can I get a light

How's the gentleman tonight
Where have you gone
Something ain't right
And I've seen sad ladies in blue
Hearts all torn up in two
And I've heard stories that I know ain't true.
And I feel empty, and confused
So many years have gone by
Since I looked into your eye
My drink is bitter

And the ballrooms' crystal glitter leaves me cold
I feel so old
The ballroom stretches onward for miles
A thousand ladies wear satin smiles
A golden chandelier
Violins in my ear
And I'm still looking
But I know you're not here
And I've seen sad ladies in blue
Hearts all torn up in two

And I've heard stories that I know ain't true
And I feel empty, and confused
And I always thought I'd be here with you
Ooh, are you out there
Do you hear me when I call
Do you remember, do you care at all
That I'm lonely lonely lonely without you
And I can't stop thinking about you
Oh oh, and I feel empty, and confused


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"The Ballroom" as written by Eberhard Lothar Faber

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