Well this party's turned a corner
Every room is in disorder
Now the nightingale won’t sing for us
We scared her away

Well you asking me a question
And didn't wait to hear the answer
As we’re following the dancer
Falling down a flight of stairs

Every strand has come unwound
Every heart is all worn down
Everyone in this room wanted to be somewhere else
So tonight I found a key
And drive away a little early
Is the last time I wanna be that kind of lonely.

There’s a scar below your left eye
Fades away as you get older
Isn't like you never told her
What kind of man you really are

I don’t know why it’s so surprising
Now the sun is almost rising
Cause it’s early in the morning
And the moon’s still standing tall

Every strand has come unwound
Every heart is all worn down
Everyone in this room wanted to be somewhere else
So tonight I found a key and drive away a little early
It's the last time I wanna be that kind of lonely
That kind of lonely
That kind of lonely
That kind of lonely
That kind of lonely
That kind of lonely
That kind of lonely
That kind of lonely
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That Kind Of Lonely Lyrics

Patty Griffin – That Kind Of Lonely Lyrics

Songwriters: GRIFFIN, PATRICIA J.
That Kind Of Lonely lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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