"O Lonely Soul, It's A Hard Road" as written by David King, James Bradley Jr., Chris Scott Wagner, Louis Gutierrez, Gretchen Seager and Julie Ritter....
O lonely soul, I know it's a hard road
O lovely one, you are my dream
O lonely soul, I know it's a hard road

I got an open invitation to nothing
It came in somebody else's mail
And I'm wishing there was something I could say

Honey, wisdom is the window to
the earth and sky and
I've got the blues
and hate and love
and wisdom is the window to
the earth and sky
And I got the blues

You know I'd rather sit here and write to you
'Cause you know it seems like,
like you can hear me
And I'm taking all blind distraction I can get

There's a simple song here inside of me
And I want you to come home and remember it
'Cause it's paradise but it's not much of a home

Honey, time goes in and
time goes out and it
makes me tired and it
cuts me up and I'm
all alone and the telephone
makes it all the worse
Because I'm not with you
And I got the blues

Honey, wisdom is the window to
the earth and sky and
I've got the blues
and hate and love
and wisdom is the window to
hate and love and
wisdom is the window to
the earth and sky
And I've got the blues
I got the blues

Honey, wisdom is the window to
the earth and sky and
I've got the blues
Well hate and love
and wisdom is the window to
the earth and sky
And I got the blues
I got the blues
I got the blues


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