"Heaven Help the Lonely" as written by Willie Nile and Dean H. Chamberlain....
I was looking for adventure
And the night was fallin'
The darkness was electric
And the shadows were fallin'

I was looking for my baby
In the city by the ocean
I was walking into midnight
I was grooving with emotion, singing

Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely
Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely

On this night
It?s you and me only
Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely

I wonder through the station
Saw every kind of stranger
In an [Incomprehensible] of concrete
I was dealing with the danger

I saw figures in the doorway
Heard the whispers of desire
I walk by the cathedral
Heard the singing of the choir

Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely
Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely

On this night
It?s you and me only
Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely

I was talking with my baby
Just around midnight
She said, ?Come over here, boy
Everything will be alright?

I said, ?Yeah, but I'm afraid of the dark?
She said, ?don't worry, remember you'll always have me?
I said, ?Yeah, but what should I do??
She said, ?Meet me after midnight?

Gonna have a celebration
All across the nation
I?ll be holding you so tight
All the darkness will become light

And I?ll whisper in your ear now
And I?ll whisper soft and clear now
I?ll be holding you so tender
So you always will remember
That it?s you and me only
Come on, heaven help the lonely

Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely
Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely

On this night
It?s you and me only
Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely

Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely
Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely

On this night
It?s you and me only
Heaven help
Heaven help the lonely



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"Heaven Help the Lonely" as written by Willie Nile Dean H. Chamberlain

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