Empty Rooms

Album: Victims of the Future (1983)
Charted: 51
  • 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

    Empty rooms,
    Where we learn to live without love
    Empty rooms,
    Where we learn to live without love

    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

    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

    You hope that she will change her mind,
    But the days drift on and on (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, (you hope that she will change her mind)
    Where we learn to live without love (but the days drift on and on)
    Empty rooms,
    Where we learn to live without love Writer/s: GARY MOORE, NEIL CARTER
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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