"I'm Alone" as written by and Jon/paice Lord....
On the lonely road I'm travelling on
The road that leads nowhere
As the ground and the sky have been wondering why
I'm alone, so alone

I've been rolling on for just two years
The sun is my only friend
With the wind on the bend and my back in my hand
I'm alone, so alone
I'm alone, so alone
I'm alone, so alone
I'm alone, so alone
And I feel like going home

With my money spent, my clothes all torn
My spirit hanging low
I ain't got no friends where the highway ends
I'm alone, so alone
I'm alone, so alone
I'm alone, so alone
I'm alone, so alone
And I feel like going home
Going home


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"I'm Alone" as written by Ian Paice Ian Gillan

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    General CommentI think it means he's alone ...
    PECOAEon March 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe music for the track had been bouncing around for a couple of years, surfacing under various names on various recordings. It began life as an instrumental jam called "Jam Stew" or "John's Stew", them morphed into a bit more 'finished', less impromptu product titled "Grabsplatter" (A Gillan title, as he said the music on the track was a "...grabsplatter of ideas & concepts").
    The lyrics - once again - were ones that Gillan had brought to the band from his days with Episode Six. More about Gillan's self-doubts about his career choice and what the possible repercussions would or could be...seeing as he's in his 40th year in the business this year, maybe it'd be worth dropping him a line at his website and asking him about it!
    MrEd48on March 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentAnyone can relate to this one. I'm alone.
    kautiously9on October 30, 2011   Link

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