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Lonely As... (Lyrics)
By Todd Layne Thompson
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Lonely as the streets that she walked
With that "look" in her eyes.
Lonely as a viper I crawled
And I don't know why.
Lonely as an ocean she came
(When she came you know she came alot).
Lonely as a viper I crawled
And tried to give her all I've got.

What can I do to win her heart?
You know I try not to loose
(There can't be winners all the time).

Please don't refuse
'Cause I've got love like a river is wide.
What can I do to win her heart.

Lonely as river she came...
Like a fallen kiss.
Lonely as a river I came
Across red and ruby lips.
Lonely as an ocean she came
(When she came you know she came alot).
Lonely as a viper I crawled
And tried to give her all I've got.

What can I do to win her heart?
You know I try not to loose
(There can't be winners all the time).

Please don't refuse
'Cause I've got love like a river is wide.
What can I do to win her heart.



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