"Lonely" as written by Yael Naim, Anne Warin and David Donatien....
You are not alone
I am here with you
Even when you're scared
I'll never leave you
Standing in a storm

Making it insane
Once again, I will try
To enchain you
But you open your eyes to the sky
And whisper

[Chorus: ]
That you are so lonely
You are so alone
You're so alone
You're so lonely, so lonely

So I'm coloring my face
While I am here with you
Imagining the landscape of your sorrow
Is it yellow or blue?

Coloring the sky, and the trees
And the clouds, and the moonlight
I'd colored your heart
If you didn't I did

[Chorus: ]
You're so alone
You're so lonely, so lonely

And I wish you could just find home
Mmm...mmm...


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"Lonely" as written by David Donatien Anne Warin

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    My InterpretationI imagine that it is God singing the song to someone who has lost their faith.
    chadathaon February 11, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI think this means that a person won't open up and very negative about everything thinking he's alone but she's by his side and wants him to know it and to make his days happy instead of gloomy yet he won't let it. He only opens his eyes to everything sad...
    Chocolat-yon June 22, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI really want to send my friend this song.
    lostmatildaon November 03, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commenthe IS so alone . . .
    and I'm the only one who will accept him.
    can he not see that?...
    BECKERZ13on May 25, 2009   Link
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    General CommentBEST LOVE SONG EVER

    The last line is wrong. In fact it's "I wish you could just find home." I think this is very important.
    Xeroinon August 07, 2009   Link

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