"Queen of Seville, The" as written by and James Mark Hornsey Mark Nicholas Keen....
Four forty-five
And no one's alive by the lights on Tenth Street
That's all right
I'm wasted anyway

The Queen of Seville
She sends me roses
It's gonna be a lonely, lonely day
It's gonna be a lonely, lonely day

So set 'em up, joe
At least I know there's no way forward
'Cause every way I look resents the same

The Queen of Seville
She sends me roses
It's gonna be a lonely, lonely day
It's gonna be a lonely, lonely day

Love, I gotta go
Cause there is no place in this world for me no more
But the time, it whispers back again
It's gonna be a lonely, lonely day
It's gonna be a lonely, lonely day

It's gonna be a lonely, lonely day
It's gonna be a lonely, lonely day


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