Alone
by Toto

Album: 40 Trips Around the Sun (2018)
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  • [Verse 1]
    I woke up Sunday morning
    Another twenty years gone by
    Pulled myself out of my bed
    It's getting harder every time

    [Pre-Chorus 1]
    Grabbed my phone, but there's no messages at all
    Then I realized there's no one left to call

    [Chorus]
    Woah-oah
    Seems like things ain't what they used to be
    Woah-oah
    Can't cry anymore
    I'm alone
    Woah-oah
    Where did everyone go?

    [Verse 2]
    I try to walk every morning
    And no one looks me in the eye
    It feels like love just left the world
    And I can't help but wonder why

    [Pre-Chorus 2]
    I have that dream again where I begin to fall
    And on the way down like the meaning of it all

    [Chorus]
    Woah-oah
    Seems like things ain't what they used to be
    Woah-oah
    Can't cry anymore
    I'm alone
    Woah-oah
    Where did everyone go?

    [Guitar Solo]

    [Pre-Chorus 3]
    I fell asleep last night and woke up in the fall
    Turned my head and blinked and now there stands a wall

    [Chorus]
    (Woah-oah) Seems like things ain't what they used to be
    (Woah-oah) I can't cry anymore
    I'm alone
    (Woah-oah) Where did everyone go?
    (Whoa)
    (Woah-oah) Where did everyone go?

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