Loaded And Alone

Album: Take it to the Limit (2008)
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  • Just a kid, just a fool
    Always trying to play it so cool
    So he did what he knew
    He left home and he dropped out of school

    He wanted fame, fame, fame
    Even just a little bit of shame, shame, shame
    He would sell his soul over in
    Changed his name, never going to get it back, no

    He's got money, but he's way off track
    So lonely that it makes him think back
    To his family and his friends and the lady he left back home
    He's loaded and alone
    He's loaded and alone

    Still a kid, still a fool
    Still trying to break all the rules
    A big house, with too many rooms
    An ego, to go with it too

    He got his fame, fame, fame
    More than just a little bit of shame, shame, shame
    That he sold his soul over in
    Changed his name, never going to get it back, no

    He's got money, but he's way off track
    So lonely that it makes him think back
    To his family and his friends and the lady he left back home
    He's loaded and alone
    He's loaded and alone

    He got his fame, fame, fame
    Such a shame, shame, shame

    He's got money, but he's way off track
    So lonely that it makes him think back
    To his family and his friends and the lady he left back home

    He's got money, but he's way off track
    So lonely that it makes him think back
    To his family and his friends and the lady he left back home
    He's loaded and alone
    He's loaded and alone

    He wanted fame, fame, fame
    And such a shame, shame, shame
    He got his fame, fame, fame
    Such a shame, shame, shame

    Yeah,
    Lonely, lonely, lonely, lone
    Lonely, lonely, lonely, lone
    Yeah, yeah, yeah Writer/s: AUSTIN WINKLER, BRIAN HOWES, ROSS HANSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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