Don't Let Me Be Lonely

Album: Pioneer (2013)
Charted: 59
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  • I need a saving grace
    A hiding place
    I don't have forever or time to waste
    So don't let me be lonely
    I wanna shake this winter coat off my sleeve
    Dust off a record and just be free
    Oh don't let me be lonely
    No don't let me be lonely

    When you're young, you can fly
    But we trip on clouds 'cause we get too high
    We grow up, and then it's gone
    Oh God only knows what we'll become

    So don't let me be, let me be, let me be lonely tonight
    While we're young and alive
    Take the keys to my car and the keys to my heart and just drive
    Oh don't let me, let me be lonely

    Well the night rolls on like a long lost friend
    'Til the sunrise bleeds like the bitter end
    Don't let me be lonely

    Well there's nothing to hide and nothing to prove
    Give me all that you are, you've got nothing to lose
    Just don't let me be lonely (Don't let me me be lonely)
    No don't let me be lonely

    So don't let me be, let me be, let me be lonely tonight
    While we're young and alive
    Take the keys to my car and the keys to my heart and just drive
    Oh don't let me, let me be lonely

    No, don't let me be

    When you're young, life's a dream
    It's a beautiful and a burning thing
    We grow up, and then it's gone
    But the memory goes on and on and on and on and on and on and on

    Don't let me be, let me be, let me be lonely tonight
    While we're young and alive
    Take the keys to my car and the keys to my heart and just drive
    Oh don't let me, let me be lonely
    Don't let me be lonely (Don't let me be lonely)
    Don't,
    Don't let me be lonely

    Oh
    No
    Don't let me be
    Ooh, oh lonely Writer/s: CHRIS TOMPKINS, RODNEY CLAWSON, SARAH BUXTON
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