"Everybody Calls Me Lonely" as written by and Paul Berryman Timothy James Henwood....
I know that it's more
Than you'd care for me to ever tell you
But I left what I thought
Was all that I could ever sell
To anyone who gave anything to keep it all alive
And if I say to you that I wanted to
You'd know that I lied cause

Everybody calls me lonely
I was trying to say I'm only
Close enough to walk away
It kills me everyday
And I could take to living
All the days that I've been given
I could almost walk away
It kills me everyday

You'd try to be sure
But there's no safety in the meaning
If I'm right then it's more
Than just a temporary feeling
I don't know and now I don't care to keep it all alive
And if I say to you that I wanted to
You'd know that I lied
You could be right

Everybody calls me lonely
I was trying to say I'm only
Close enough to walk away
It kills me everyday
And I could take to living
All the days that I've been given
I could almost walk away
It kills me everyday

You could be right

Everybody calls me lonely
I was trying to say I'm only
Close enough to walk away
It kills me everyday
Don't try and say you need it
Never taking the time to see it
I could almost walk away
It kills me everyday

Now I could stay forever
And I know that I would never
Never try to walk away
It kills me everday
Everybody calls me lonely
I was trying to say I'm only
Close enough to walk away
It kills me everyday



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"Everybody Calls Me Lonely (Hidden Track)" as written by Timothy James Henwood Paul Michael Berryman

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