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You Don't Have to Be Lonely

from Two Thousand Miles by Owen Temple



When you come how from work - dark house noone's there
You might think that nobody cares
If the telephone won't ring and no message is waiting
You can't say that hope for love is fading

If you don't want to be alone
You don't have to stay at home
Someone else is out there you are not the only
One who hates to be lonely
You don't have to be lonely

When he saw her out one night, he said to himself
I bet she's here to meet somebody else
But a friend introduced her and a year later to the day
Down on one knee he took her hand to say


But time passes and seasons change

They shared the same address and name but they lived separate lives
It's a thing that can happen to husbands and wives
They hadn't spoken for two weeks unless it was to shout
When she asked him to think of moving out


(Owen Temple)
© 2006 Owen Temple Music (BMI)


from Two Thousand Miles, released January 29, 2008


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