"Cold Gray Light of Gone" as written by Vincent Grant Gill, Al Anderson and Otto Kitsinger....
Oh, I woke up this morning
A long before the dawn
I stumbled to the kitchen
And put some coffee on

The house was deathly quiet
I knew something was wrong
Then suddenly it dawned on me
The cold gray light of gone

No, there's nothin' quite as lonely
As the cold gray light of gone
When waking up and findin' out
She's never comin' home

And the note that said it's over
Lord, it chills me to the bone
No, there's nothin' quite as lonely
As the cold gray light of gone

Oh, I sat and cried for hours
And I tried to clear my head
I even went and laid back down
On her side of the bed

Her perfume lingered on the sheets
Our love once laid upon
Her memory's destroying me
In the cold gray light of gone

No, there's nothin' quite as lonely
As the cold gray light of gone
When waking up and findin' out
She's never comin' home

And the note that said it's over
Lord, it chills me to the bone
No, there's nothin' quite as lonely
As the cold gray light of gone

No, there's nothin' quite as lonely
As the cold gray light of gone
When waking up and findin' out
She's never comin' home

And the note that said it's over
Lord, it chills me to the bone
No, there's nothin' quite as lonely
As the cold gray light of gone
No, there's nothin' quite as lonely
As the cold gray light of gone



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"Cold Gray Light of Gone" as written by Vince Gill Bill Anderson

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