"Out On My Own" as written by Keith Lionel Urban and Vernon Wayne Rust....
Your smiles they don't come easy
Like they used to come before
The awkwardness and boredom
Is scattered out across the floor
I can feel your love waxin' and wanin'
And a quick look in your eyes needs no explainin'

I'm out on my own
Livin' alone

I'm an old reluctant gypsy
I don't like campin' anymore
And the dreams and disappointments
Scatter out across the floor
I'm nervous on this train I feel it derailin'
And I can read the letters that nobody's mailin'
I'm out on my own
Livin' alone yeah

Somethin' deep inside of me
Must have died some time ago
I haven't called no place my home
Since nineteen-ninety-four
I'm out on my own

Thirty-somethin' single
And tired of runnin' everywhere
And I can wear a welcome out
When I ain't even there
I'm nervous on this train I feel it derailin'
And I can read the letters that nobody's mailin'
I'm out on my own
Livin' alone I'm livin' alone
And I got nowhere to go
Look at me I'm out on my own
I'm out on my own
But it's gonna be all right now
It's gonna be all right
It's gonna be all right
Oh yes I know it and I know and I know it's gonna be all right


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"Out on My Own" as written by Keith Urban Vernon Wayne Rust

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