Johnny Smith


Sad And Lonely


I'm sad and crying
Slowing Dying
Tears Fall from my eye
I feel as though I may die

Sad and lonely here i'll be
even though you're here with me
not able to feel or see
i swear to god we'll always be

I'm so sad and lonely
Without my one and only
the one who is to always be there
all i have is a lock of her hair

staring out over the bridge into cloudy water
i am scared that someone has got her
but she's still far and away
why does it have to be this way

my hands are getting cold
that flame is growing old
you make it so hard to be happy
when you whisper in my ear and remind me how i feel crappy

I'm here without you my honey
drivers in a casino making money
I'd rather be home with my sweet love
So we could fly together like a pair of dove

Surrounded By solitude
All i can do is brood
I have an unreasonable mood
everything seems to be lude

And here i am sad and lonely
Missing my angel my one and only
My heart is going hay wire like a gliss
I need my baby to fix it with her kiss

Submitted: Thursday, July 16, 2009
Edited: Friday, July 17, 2009

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