"Free & Lonely" as written by Alexander Junior Grant, Noah G. Feldshuh, Casey Wakeley Harris, Samuel Nelson Harris and Adam Levin....
La la la, la la la la la la
La la la la la la
La la la

La la la, la la la la la la
La la la la la la
La la la

Go back home
Get a job and get paid
Marry a girl
Go home and get laid
Buy a big old house where we both can live
Have a couple of drinks and have a couple of kids

Whoa oh, and I, I left my life behind
But I ain't got time to look back on

When I was free, when I was free
Free to be who I want to be
Free to not care, ahh
When I was free, free and lonely
People would see me on the street
They'd stop and stare
When I was free

La la la, la la la la la la (Free and lonely)
La la la la la (Free and lonely)
La la la

When I was free, yeah
Free and lonely
Free and lonely

Move out west
Living hand to mouth
My Hollywood plans have all gone south
So I move back east where I can pay the rent
But she want a big old house with a big old fence

Whoa oh, and I, I left my life behind
But I ain't got time to look back on


When I was free, when I was free
Free to be who I want to be
Free to not care, ahh
When I was free, free and lonely
People would see me on the street
They'd stop and stare
When I was free

La la la, la la la la la la (Free and lonely)
La la la la la (Free and lonely)
La la la

When I was free, yeah
Free and lonely
Free and lonely

Free and lonely
When I was free
Free and lonely
People would see me on the street
They'd stop and stare
When I was free




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