"Empty Rooms" as written by and Gary/carter Moore....
Loneliness is your only friend.
A broken heart that just won't mend
is the price you pay.
It's hard to take when love grows old.
The days are long and the nights turn cold
when it fades away.
You hope that she will change her mind,
but the days drift on and on.
You'll never know the reason why she's gone.
You see her face in every crowd.
You hear her voice, but you're still proud,
so you turn away.
You tell yourself that you'll be strong.
But your heart tells you,
this time you're wrong.
You hope that she will change her mind,
but the days drift on and on.
You'll never know the reason why she's gone.
Empty rooms,
where we learn to live without love.
Empty rooms,
where we learn to live without love.
Empty rooms,
where we learn to live without love.
Empty rooms,
where we learn to live without love.
Empty rooms,
where we learn to live without love.
Empty rooms,
where we learn to live without love.
Empty rooms,
where we learn to live without love.
All alone in an empty room.
Lonliness is your only friend, hooh.
Oh, she's gone and you're at the end.


Lyrics submitted by 6Yankee

"Empty Rooms" as written by Neil Carter Gary Moore

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    General CommentNo explanation needed. Except the term Empty Rooms. It has dual meaning. Literally empty rooms - empty of the one you love or empty of love. Also it symbolizes the period of time in which you "learn to live without love" where ever that may be.
    Outpouron June 30, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThere's a live version of this song, late 80's I think, that has Gary performing one of the greatest lead solos of all time. To this day. Absolutely incredible. Hear it on YouTube.
    Kopfjageron July 28, 2017   Link

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