All Alone

Album: Great American Composers (1924)
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  • All alone, I'm so all alone
    There is no one else but you
    All alone by the telephone
    Waiting for a ring, a ting-a-ling

    I'm all alone every evening
    All alone, feeling blue
    Wond'ring where you are and how you are
    And if you are all alone too

    I wonder where you are (remember me) and how you are (remember me)
    And if you are (I love you) all alone (I love you) too
    Backup in final stanza is a soprano Lyrics from a song in Public Domain

Comments: 1

  • David from TexasThank you for confirming this. And for including the very sweetest version of a very sad song - Esther Kong's.
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