Lonesome

Album: Unwritten Law (1999)
  • Well I'm here, but I don't want to stay
    Cause you're not around and I'm feeling lonely
    Same old episode for me, heading for catastrophe.
    And I can see that it's

    Association with the past
    So think about it
    It's like a tie that did not last
    Don't move so fast
    Don't run, cause you might find out,
    Find out I'm the one
    And I still feel lonesome

    Nothing's changed, it just gets rearranged
    When you come around
    So now what's your story
    You were never there for me
    So I'm going out to see
    Cause I can't see that it's

    Association with the past
    So think about it
    It's like a tie that did not last
    Don't move so fast
    Don't run, cause you might find out,
    Find out I'm the one
    (Yeah) And I still feel lonesome

    Go go go
    Yeah

    Now you're here
    But I don't want to stay
    Cause you weren't around
    And now you say you're sorry
    And nothing's changed
    It's just been rearranged
    So stay down, just stay down.

    Association with the past
    So think about it
    It's like a tie that did not last
    Don't move so fast
    Don't run, cause you might find out,
    Find out I'm the one
    And I still feel lonesome

    Well I'm still lonesome
    Yeah
    I'm still lonesome. Writer/s: SCOTT RUSSO, ROBERT BREWER, STEVEN MORRIS, WADE YOUMAN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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