"somewhere tonight" as written by Rodney J. Crowell and Harlan Perry Howard....
Somewhere tonight he's a live wire
He's got his sights on someone new
Somewhere tonight he's a high flyer
And I'm so lonesome, I don't know what to do

I bet he's out there shinin' like a diamond don't you know
Turnin' heads, breakin' hearts and puttin' on a show
Rollin' like a summer storm driftin' with the wind
And I just wish he'd blow my way again

Somewhere tonight he's a live wire
He's got his sights on someone new
Somewhere tonight he's a high flyer
And I'm so lonesome, I don't know what to do

I've read that goodbye letter, at least a thousand times
He said, "I was the only one who almost changed his mind"
But better homes and garden parties they weren't his cup of tea
Somewhere tonight he's runnin' wild and free

Somewhere tonight he's a live wire
He's got his sights on someone new
Somewhere tonight he's a high flyer
And I'm so lonesome, I don't know what to do
And I'm so lonesome I don't know what to do


Lyrics submitted by missTHANG04

"Somewhere Tonight" as written by Rodney Crowell Harlan Howard

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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