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Everybody's Lonesome

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Mark Dix


This is the second song to be released from the upcoming CD, Nobody's Angel. The bluesy narrative is beautifully supported by the harmonica playing of Hatrack Gallagher and the vocal harmony of bandmates Robin Winter and Bill Mantone. Check out the Youtube lyric video here.

Look below for the previous release, The Old Violin.


down in an alley,

late in the day

I saw an old man

in a doorway

he didn't want my money

didn't ask for my spare change

he just looked through me

and I thought I heard him say


mister, you don't know me

and I don't know you

you don't know nothin'

about the things that I been through

there's no way to tell you

why I'm here by this door

but one thing I do know

and I know it for sure


everybody's lonesome tonight

everyone's got a heartache 

that won't come out right

and everybody's searchin'

for just one ray of light

but everybody's lonesome tonight


I went on my way

lookin' for a good time

couldn't get that old man

out of my mind

the sound of his voice

the look in his eye

came right back to me

from every stranger I passed by


I stopped in to a bar

to look up some old friends

but I could not connect

with any one of them

the mirror by the table 

when I looked in to see

there's that old man

starin' right back at me

and sayin'


everybody's lonesome...


the evening was over

I was feelin' kinda strange

back in the alley

only the light had changed

as I walked to that doorway

he flashed me a smile

and a wave of his hand

said come sit by me awhile


I never heard his story

never told him mine

but while we sat together

he opened a doorway 

in my mind

now when I'm lonely

and far from my hone

a voice in the night says

you can never be alone, 'cause


everybody's lonesome...

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