Rachel Proctor Only Lonely Girl cover

Only Lonely Girl
by Rachel Proctor
Lyrics



Only Lonely Girl Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Verse 2
Hey Tony, won?t you pour me another glass of wine?
Verse 3
Yeah, I think I might
Verse 4
Stay awhile tonight
Verse 5
I could always take a taxi home
Verse 6
It?s not that far at all, I might even walk,
Verse 7
It?s a nice night?
Verse 8
Na, Na, Na, Na, , yeah?
Verse 9
David who? He?s a thing of the past, I don?t talk about him
Verse 10
He met some artsy chick, and I haven?t seen him since
Verse 11
Maryann? She?s doing great; she might stop by in a little while
Verse 12
I knew that?d make you smile
Verse 13
Yeah, I love this band, I followed them in college
Verse 14
My friend Rebecca dated the drummer?
Verse 15
Are you kidding? Of course it didn?t work out...
Verse 16
Who?s that guy on piano? I don?t remember him at all
Verse 17
No thanks, not in the mood to meet somebody new
Verse 18
I, I look around this room
Verse 19
and think of all the people in this world
Verse 20
And I, I know I?m not the only
Verse 21
I?m sure I?m not the only lonely girl
Verse 22
Na, Na, Na, Na
Verse 23
Yeah, my mom still asks me every single day if I met someone
Verse 24
Talks about my sister?s kids? blah, blah, blah
Verse 25
Yeah, I?ll take another glass, but just one more I think
Verse 26
?Cause I can get sentimental when I drink
Verse 27
I, I look around this room
Verse 28
And think of all the people in this world
Verse 29
And I, I know I?m not the only
Verse 30
I?m sure I?m not the only lonely girl
Verse 31
Na, Na, Na, Na
Verse 32
Ohhh, hey?
Verse 33
I, I look around this room
Verse 34
And think of all the people in this world
Verse 35
And I, I know I?m not the only
Verse 36
I?m sure I?m not the only lonely girl
Verse 37
Na, Na, Na, Na
Verse 38
Hey Tony, won?t ya close out my tab,
Verse 39
don?t worry about the cab
Verse 40
I think I?ll walk home?
Verse 41

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