"Lonely and Gone" as written by Bill Mccorvey, Greg Crowe and David Lowell Gibson....
Pulled in the driveway, picked up the paper
Found my key, and unlocked the door
I walked in, felt like a stranger
Like I'd never been there before
As I wandered room to room
It was silent as a tomb
Could have heard a teardrop
Could have heard a heartbreak
Never saw the flood come
Even though I felt the rain
Never heard a house sound
So loud with memories
Where there used to be
A happy home
In the house on the corner
Of lonely and gone
If she talked about leaving, I wasn't listening
If she showed me a sign, well I never saw
Did she stop believing, did I stop giving
Can't put my finger on what went wrong
Now the quietest noise I'm told, is the sound of letting go
Could have heard a teardrop
Could have heard a heartbreak
Never saw the flood come, even though I felt the rain
Never heard a house sound, so loud with memories
Where there used to be a happy home
In the house on the corner
Of lonely and gone
Whoa...never heard a house sound
So loud with memories
Where there used to be a happy home
In the house on the corner
In the house on the corner
Of lonely and gone


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"Lonely And Gone" as written by David Lowell Gibson Bill Mccorvey

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