"Loneliness" as written by and Frank B Foster....
Talking to myself out in the rain
With a belly full of bourbon and a heart full of pain
Looking for somebody that maybe can
But in vain Lord, I can't run more anywhere
It's two in the morning in this American town
And true love can't be found

Loneliness in the middle of nowhere
Nobody cares who you are
Happiness can't even go there
Passed out at the end of the bar

Give me my heart, she sold me her lies
While blowing right through me with her hurricane eyes
Mathematicians have a problems, just don't get along
Now everything is broken, everything's gone wrong
I should have left it in Paris but could not refuse
One more chance to lose

Loneliness in the middle of nowhere
Nobody cares who you are
Happiness can't even go there
Can't kill by a fallin' star

Strange world, with a stranger everyday
While only yesterday I heard a stranger say
My heart's been broken and mended so many times
It looks like Frankenstein

Loneliness in the middle of nowhere
Nobody cares who you are
Happiness can't even go there
Passed out at the end of the bar




Lyrics submitted by Thrilliam

"Loneliness" as written by Frank B Foster

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