LONELY
(Sharon Sheeley)
EDDIE COCHRAN (LIBERTY 55278, 1960)

Lonely (lonely), lonely (lonely)
Lonely is the man, who walks alone
And lonely is the man, who has no home
And lonely, lonely, lonely am I
I am so lonely, wish I could die (lonely)
I asked the Lord up above (lonely)
What is this thing, mortals call love
And why can't I have one of my own
I am so lonely, so all alone

Lonely is the bird, without a tree
And lonely is the sailor, without the sea
I asked the Lord up above (lonely)
What is this thing, mortals call love
And why can't I have one of my own
I am so lonely, so all alone