"The Sadness in a Song" as written by Wayne P. Walker and Stonewall Jackson....
(Oh the sadness in a song)
In a crowded honky tonk music starts to play
Happy couples all around dance the night away
At a table in a corner I sit all alone every song's the sad one since my baby's gone

Oh the sadness in a song when the only one you love has gone
Anyway they play the tune it comes out loneliness and blue
When the one you love has gone oh the sadness in a song

While a lonesome city sleeps to pass away the time
By myself I walk the streets with a troubled mind
Up ahead the neon sign it says All night Cafe

Pour a cup of coffee I can hear the jukebox play
Oh the sadness in a song when the only one you love has gone
No matter how they play the tune it comes out loneliness and blue
When the one you love has gone oh the sadness in a song oh the sadness in a song


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"The Sadness in a Song" as written by Wayne P. Walker Stonewall Jackson

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