"One of the Lonely Ones" as written by Richard Donald Barnes, Donald N. Van Zant and Larry Steele....
She won't talk of love again, hard [to come], she remembers way back
when
A time in her life of men that were lonely
She starts to wonder what it's all about
She needs a lover but still has her doubts, she's on the inside
lookin' out
Chorus:
She's one of the lonely ones, broken heart but she don't let on
She's still lookin' down, don't want to fall
One of the lonely ones, wastin' tears as the years roll on
The time passes slow when you're lonely
She stares when she saw him last, she's just facin' a photograph
It's all in her past, can't let it go
It starts her thinkin' how it might've been
They never thought it could ever end, she's on the inside lookin' out
(chorus)
And when she tries to sleep at night, she reminisces when he held her
tight
He's no longer there, he's nowhere in sight
There's certain words he should've said, now she's dreamin' alone in
bed
She's on the inside lookin' out
(Solo)
She starts to wonder what it's all about
She needs a lover but still has her doubts
She's on the inside, inside lookin' out
(chorus)


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"One of the Lonely Ones" as written by Larry Steele Donald N. Van Zant

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