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Never Lonely Again
Words & Music by Mike Maimone
(c) 2008

Well I'd like to invite you to see me
though I don't think that he'd like you here.
But all the late night train rides we spent side by side
I admit, I still hold them dear.

Do you still have our picture in your bedroom?
At the bar you were holding my glass
so I could pour you a shot from the bottle you brought
got me kicked out, thrown on my ass.

Well I'll never be lonely again.
I'll never be lonely again.
I'll hope and I'll pray that by my dying day
I'll be rid of your memories and then
I'll never be lonely again.

We can fall out of love without warning
as we rush to create more past.
Because life's an old Chrysler somehow chugging by
and we're burning, yeah we're just the gas.

When I talk to God I don't ask for much,
too ashamed, for I know I've sinned.
And while I'd apreciate the chance to walk through heaven's gate
hell'd be fine; I'd be with my friends.

Well I'll never be lonely again.
I'll never be lonely again.
I'll hope and I'll pray that by my dying day
I'll be rid of your memories and then
I'll never be lonely again.

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from Open Mic Nights, Empty Bottle Mornings, released September 15, 2008

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