"Lonely Days" as written by Maurice Ernest Gibb, Robin Hugh Gibb and Barry Alan Gibb....
Good morning mister sunshine, you brighten up my day
Come sit beside me in your way
I see you every morning, outside the restaurants
The music plays so nonchalant

Lonely days, lonely nights.
Where would I be without my woman?
Lonely days, lonely nights.
Where would I be without my woman?

Lonely days, lonely nights.
Where would I be without my woman?
Lonely days, lonely nights.
Where would I be without my woman?

Lonely days, lonely nights
Where would I be without my woman?

Good morning mister sunshine, you brighten up my day
Come sit beside me in your way

Lonely days, lonely nights
Where would I be without my woman?
Lonely days, lonely nights
Where would I be without my woman?

Lonely days, lonely nights
Where would I be without my woman?
Lonely days, lonely nights
Where would I be without my woman?


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"Lonely Days" as written by Robin Hugh Gibb Maurice Ernest Gibb

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    General CommentWhy would he be lonely at the day and night, if he had a woman? Did they only talk on the phone or writing love letters cause he was on the road all the time...eating out at restaurants?? What are your thoughts?
    denise1671on July 03, 2015   Link
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    General CommentThis would have to be sexiest song out. Have an impression that they wrote it about missing girlfriends/wives when they were on the road touring. And its clear they toured a lot. Apparently they wrote this song directly after reforming in 1970. And they wrote it 10 minutes. How on earth do you do that. Well, being a Gibb certainly helps. Love this song to death.
    shlepon September 05, 2015   Link

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