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Jason Mccoy – She'd Rather Be Lonely Than Sorry lyrics

She watches the couples that dance on the floor
She remembers the time, she had what they have and more
The man in her life who made her feel good night and day
'Til one night the music just stopped and he danced away

Now in the neon light she drinks up tonight and stays hungry
For the love of her life to come and sweep her away
If you ask her to dance she'll tell you that she’s in no hurry
'Cause the fear in her heart says she'd rather be lonely than sorry

She searches the faces as they walk through the door
And she asks herself, "What am I doing this for?"
'Cause half of her's praying that someone will bring back the thrill
And the other half's scared that somebody will

Now in the neon light she drinks up tonight and stays hungry
For the love of her life to come and sweep her away
If you ask her to dance she'll tell you that she’s in no hurry
'Cause the fear in her heart says she'd rather be lonely than sorry

Maybe some night he'll walk through that door
Will she recognize what she's waiting for?

Now in the neon light she drinks up tonight and stays hungry
For the love of her life to come and sweep her away
If you ask her to dance she'll tell you that she’s in no hurry
'Cause the fear in her heart says she'd rather be lonely than sorry

'Cause the fear in her heart says
She'd rather be lonely than sorry

Maybe some night he'll walk through that door
Will she recognize what she's waiting for?



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/j/jason_mccoy/shed_rather_be_lonely_than_sorry.html

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