"Loneliest Girl In The Whole-Wide World" as written by Stephen John Cradock, Simon Geoffrey Fowler and Oscar Lloyd Harrison....
Breaking up inside her make-up case
She's knows it's been a desperate day
Making pointless phone calls to someone
Who's never there, they don't answer anyway

'Cause only the loneliest girl in the whole-wide world
Could feel that way
And only the loneliest girl in the whole-wide world
Makes her escape and fades away

Writing countless letters to her God
She knows he's there night and day
Better than the friends that change and bend
Then ain't there, then they run away

'Cause only the loneliest girl in the whole-wide world
Could feel that way
Only the loneliest girl in the whole-wide world
Makes her escape then fades away

Please make something happen
Make it happen just for Jane
Make it happen in the sunshine
Make it happen even in the pouring rain

'Cause only the loneliest girl in the whole-wide world
Could feel that way
Only the loneliest girl in the whole-wide world
Makes her escape then fades away, fades away


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"Loneliest Girl in the Whole Wide World" as written by Simon Geoffrey Fowler Oscar Lloyd Harrison

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