Rene Shuman

Rene Shuman
Lonely girl

She was a lonely girl from another world
Small town green in the New York scene
Southern belle, but so naive
But every lie she would believe

Well, the rent was high and the money low
Her spirit of life was getting kind of slow
A man said he would help her out
And so she threw away her doubt

She was a lonely girl in a New York State
Working nights and wasted days
Tomorrow's such a long, long time
No human being with whom she'd drive in a different world

Such a lonely girl

Well, she did her best to keep him satisfied
But there's no water when the weather's dry
Within life she had no luck
And the man would only beat her up

She was a lonely girl in a New York State
Working nights and wasted days
Tomorrow's such a long, long time
No human being with whom she'd drive in a different world

Such a lonely girl

But though she tried and tried, guess there was no escape
So in the end she gave in to the fate
Now a young boy cries in a small town car
And she'll be dancin' in the dark in another world

Such a lonely girl
(Such a lonely girl)

Such a, such a lonely girl
(Such a lonely girl)
Such a, such a lonely girl

Nita

Submitted by Nita at Wed 23 Aug, 2006 3:05 pm

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Language: English

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