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Mr. Lonely
Sung by Bobby Vinton in the 1960's 
Words and lyrics by Bobby Vinton and Gene Allan

Lonely, I'm Mr. Lonely. 
I have nobody for my own.
I am so lonely, I'm Mr. Lonely.
Wish I had someone to call on the phone.

Now I'm a soldier, a lonely soldier,
Away from home through no wish of my own. 
That's why I'm lonely, I'm Mr. Lonely.
I wish that I could go back home.

Letters, never a letter.
I get no letters in the mail.
I've been forgotten, yes, forgotten.
Oh how I wonder, how is it I failed? 

Now I'm a soldier, a lonely soldier.
Away from home through no wish of my own. 
That's why I'm lonely, I'm Mr. Lonely.
I wish that I could go back home.

If you want to sing along with Bobby Vinton, CLICK HERE to go to the Wave File.

PS: In the old days, the only word from home was a letter. Today, *some* soldiers have satellite phones, laptops, e-mail and video tapes to communicate with loved ones.

 

 

 

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