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Lonely lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
a very pretty song recorded by Tom T. Hall and Patti Page.
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Hello We're Lonely Recorded by Tom T. Hall and Patti Page Written by Tom T. Hall
C F C Hello we're lonely there's no one around G7 C We're the only empty barroom in town
F C I'm that friendly bartender that you always hear about D7 G7 And I'm that waitress that you flirt with when you try to make out C F There's no one here to tell their troubles to me G7 C Hello we're lone-ly
F C Now I wonder where Chuck Taylor is cause he comes here every night D7 G7 Betty Ann should be here she and Freddy had a fight C F When Billy Joe gets off from work he'll stop for two or three G7 C Hello we're lone-ly
F C Put some money in that jukebox play some old Hank Williams songs D7 G7 And I'll freshen up my make up cause they'll come before to long C F Without lonely people I wonder where we'd be G7 C Hello we're lone-ly
F C Well we might as well close up oh gee what a day it's been D7 G7 That he mixes up a double and I'll play that song again C F On nights like this we're in the mood for having two or three G7 C Hello we're lone-ly
F C Hello we're lonely there's no one around G7 C We're the only empty barroom in town
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