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Well, I miss my mother, and I miss being her son.
It's crazy as I wasn't, I wasn't much of one.
Sometimes I miss her so much I want to hop on the next jet.
And I'm lonely, but I ain't that lonely yet.

And I miss my sister, lord knows how I've missed her.
She loves me and she knowes I Won't forget.
Sometimes I get jelous of her little pets.
And I'm lonely, but I ain't that lonely yet.

I roll over in bed, looking for someone to touch.
The girl that I know of, that don't ask for much.
She's (?) and she's crancky and her hair is in a net.
And I'm lonely, but I ain't that lonely yet.

Are you my friend when I need one, I need someone to be one.
Take anybody I can get.
Sometimes I wanna call you but I feel like a (?)
And I'm lonely, but I ain't that lonely yet.

I go down to the river
I go down and I wonder

And I'm lonely, but I ain't that lonely yet.

And I miss my sister, lord knows how I've missed her.
She loves me and she knowes I Won't forget.
Sometimes I get jelous of her little pets.
And I'm lonely, but I ain't that lonely yet.

I'm lonely, but I ain't that lonely yet.



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