"Lonely Town [From On the Town]" as written by and Betty Comden Leonard Bernstein....

A town's a lonely town,
When you pass through
And there is no one waiting there for you,
Then it's a lonely town.
You wander up and down,
The crowds rush by,
A million faces pass before your eye,
Still it's a lonely town.

Unless there's love,
A love that's shining like a harbor light,
You're lost in the night;
Unless there's love,
The world's an empty place
And every town's a lonely town.



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"Lonely Town" as written by Betty Comden Adolph Green

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