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Couples walking in the park
Seeing them just breaks my heart in two, right in two
Wonder how you spend your time
Do you know that I'm still missing you, missing you
Am I the only one who can't stand a midnight train
Or do you hear that whistle moan and want my love again.

Ah, don't it make you lonely
Don't it make you wanna cry out loud
Don't it make you want me
Don't it make you wanna work it out
Don't it make your heart ache
Even though you're finally free
Don't it make you lonely, lonely like me?

When you hear a sad song play
Does a teardrop lay there in your eye, do you cry
When you're alone and the day is done
Don't you wish we'd give it one more try
Ah, just one more try?

And do you reach out in the
Middle of the night to find me gone
'Cause if you feel the way I do
Then baby why don't you come home.

Ah, don't it make you lonely
Don't it make you wanna cry out loud
Don't it make you want me
Don't it make you wanna work it out
Don't it make your heart ache
Even though you're finally free
Don't it make you lonely, lonely like me?

Ah, don't it make you lonely, lonely like me?...



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