"Lonely Alone" as written by and Jim/sampson Brown....
How long did it take to find this letter
I know it wasn't right when you got home
Was it about the time you starting getting hungry
And looked to see what I left on the stove
Did it ever cross your mind to even worry
To wonder where I am
Is everything all right
No that's why I left it on your pillow
That's the only place I cross your mind

I refuse to be with you and be forgotten
So this afternoon I thought why not just go
After all I'm already lonely
I might as well be lonely alone

Maybe I've become a different woman
Or maybe you became a different man
You wonder why I'm doin' what I'm doin'
Well I'm not expecting you to understand
Cause you had no idea this was coming
How could you when I've always been just there
But you just go on taking me for granted
And for the first time in my life I don't care

I refuse to be with you and be forgotten
So this afternoon I thought why not just go
After all I'm already lonely
I might as well be lonely alone
After all I'm already lonely
I might as well be lonely alone


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"Lonely Alone" as written by Darrell R. Brown Brad Crisler

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    General CommentI think this song is very good! I love the music especially. It's about how she decided to leave her boyfriend (or husband) because he never really cared about her. She left him a note saying she's leaving on his pillow because that is the only time he thinks of her. She figures that she's already lonely because he's never cared so she might as well be lonely by herself and leave him. Great song!
    Kathryn05on July 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI love this song, and I think Julie does a great job with it. It's pretty self-explanatory...
    catcrazy247on January 06, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti agree with kathryn05..great song. love it!
    bleueyezon August 25, 2007   Link

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