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Jane Monheit – Two Lonely People lyrics

The two lonely people sat silently staring
Their eyes looking coldly ahead
The two lonely people once loved and were caring
But now it's all over and deadthey don't know what happened
They can't think what happened
They had something fine on their own
But the two lonely people have turned into statues
Yes turned into statues of stonethe world was their moon once
The yellow ones
It held all their hopes and their dreams
But time came and broke them
Reality woke them
The world's not so pretty as it seemsfor all that once mattered
Is old now and battered
But must it be shattered in two
The two lonely people
Would give all their life
Yes give all their life
If they knew... The two lonely people sat silently staring
Their eyes looking coldly aheadthe two lonely people sat silently staring
Their eyes looking coldly ahead



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