Lonely (But Not Alone)

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Lonely (But Not Alone)
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Written by Rob Cantor
Appears on Not A Trampoline
Sung by Rob Cantor
Duration 2:29
Genre Rock
Language English




Lonely (But Not Alone) is a song by Rob Cantor off his debut solo album Not A Trampoline.



Lyrics[edit]

I called again to say my goodnight 
I climb in bed, you’re out like a light 
I’m here but I’m never home 
And you’re lonely but not alone 

Today again, we’re out on the ride 
The longer we stay, the less we decide 
The day is all your own 
When you’re lonely but not alone 

CHORUS 
Soon, though 
The patterns around us will fade away 
Soon, all the static will break into yesterday 
Or so we say 

I toss, I turn, I sleep on my side 
I know the need that I don’t provide 
But til a seed is sown 
You’ll be lonely but not alone 

CHORUS 
Soon, though 
The patterns around us will fade away 
Soon, all the static will break into yesterday 
Or so we say 

You miss New York, you have all along 
I climb in bed, still singing your song 
My words belie the tone 
You’re lonely but not alone