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I'm a little bit lonesome
I'm a little bit blue
I can't stop crying since I lost you
There's a pain in my heart
Like a lightnin' bolt
I'm a little bit lonesome
And it's all your fault

Well every time I wake up
I got you rolling in my head
Your eyes are looking at me
But you seeing her instead
I got a big fat broken heart
With a pain sharper than a steel plated knife
Well thanks to you these lonely blues
Are the best thing in my life

I'm a little bit lonesome
I'm a little bit blue
I can't stop crying since I lost you
There's a pain in my heart
Like a lightnin' bolt
I'm a little bit lonesome
And it's all your fault

Well the last time that I saw you
She had hold of you hand
You waved across the street at me
So I turned away and rang
When I got home a had a honkey tonk song
And played until me eyes went red

I grabbed a glass
And said "kiss me arse"
I'm gonna drink you outa my head

I'm a little bit lonesome
I'm a little bit blue
I can't stop crying since I lost you
There's a pain in my heart
Like a lightnin' bolt
I'm a little bit lonesome
And it's all your fault



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