"Lonely, Lonely" as written by and Adam Burbank Lazzara Matthew Fazzi....
Flower tongue wilts with too much sun
And that's where we've been living for so long
Sending off the western coast

Watch the sun set with your shrinking voice
See I ain't the boy that she loves the most
I'm just enough to fill the void her daddy left
Lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely

Don't you go changing for me
You wanna get me high (She said)
You wanna get me high (She said)
Lonely, lonely, lonely, lonely
Don't you go changing for me

But I often wonder just how deep I could sink my teeth
Into the crease where your all the place
Where all the good times the grow, grow
Wouldn't taste the same, the same for me
Wouldn't sound the same coming from me
Such an awful tearing sound

All the things they said about you
Paper thin walls stacked around you
An hour glass's silhouette and then
No matter how hard I try
Or how dirty you fight

There is no place on God's great earth
Where you could go to hide from me

Lyrics submitted by matthew_tm

"Lonely, Lonely" as written by Adam Burbank Lazzara Matthew Fazzi

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  • +1
    General CommentFirst comment... I would think that Adam will have a great time mic swinging on this song... specially in the end... sounds like Liar...
    deathstareon May 27, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWell,this is obviously about a guy who is into a girl who is only into him when she has nothing else. He knows it but he still can't let her go. He's lonely without her and she only wants him around when she's lonely without anybody else.
    MrJawbreakingEquilibriumon May 28, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwhat can you hide kinda sounds like 'wanna get me high?'
    but im not too sure on that

    i really love all the songs so far.
    i needed to hear something other than sink into me.

    i love the second verse and how it sounds
    but not too sure about why good times would grow in the crease of an arm.
    im sure its not literal.
    all i can think of is walking linking arms with someone else.
    but im sure thats not even relevant, just the image that popped into mind.
    canvaswingson May 29, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAgain, this boyfriend is making assumptions (as usual). His girlfriend is fully aware that she could make friends, date, ect, she simply CHOOSES not to. And he's only like the thousandth person to come knocking on her door and usually she flicks them away from her but with this particular guy she has chosen not too.
    terribleon May 29, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentLove this song,

    I think it's 'I ain't the boy she loves the most'...
    whaaaton May 31, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentuh,
    (she said) we're getting out
    (she said) we're getting out
    correct immediately
    x_no_poison_xon June 02, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis new album is SOOO Heavy!
    larzhobanon June 02, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHaving just bought the album, I've been sitting here listening to this song for a while. In the chorus the words are definitely:

    (she said, she said)
    you wanna get me out
    you wanna get me out

    Other than that it's good.
    Arctic16on June 02, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Comment"but i often wondered just how deep i could
    sink my teeth into that crease on your arm
    the place where all the good times,
    they go and grow."

    ^ obvious drug reference kiddos.
    Girl likes drugs, has daddy issues, people know what shes like, talk about her, and he knows that hes the best she can get.
    shchoppion June 07, 2009   Link
  • 0
    My Opinionthis is one of my favorites on the new record, along with swing; summer, man; and capital m-e :)TBS = <3
    Kitkat152on June 09, 2009   Link

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