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Lonely, yeah, that's the word
I leave my heart when I leave her
The days go on forever, and the nights do, too
One evenin' out on the road
Half a world away from home
I thought she was sleepin' when the call came through
I said "Darlin', it's late; is everything okay?"
Silence took over the room...

{Chorus}
'Till she said "I, I just love you. I don't know why; I just do...
When are you comin' home?"
I'm comin' home soon; and I just love you too...

Lonely lets me be
For a while, she sets me free
I close my eyes; and I dream of her
She's lost in my arms; her head on my heart
Then softly, she whispers the words...

{Chorus}
"I, I just love you. I don't know why; I just do...
When are you comin' home?"
I'm comin' home soon; and I just love you too...

{Bridge}
And I'll never stop bein' amazed
How my four year-old girl knows exactly what to say...

{Chorus}
"I just love you. I don't know why; I just do...
When are you comin' home?"
I'm comin' home soon; and I, I just love you, too...
I don't know why; I just do...



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