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Jul 7, 2004
Lonely Solitude

Lyrics and music by John Taladua

It’s an ordinary day
While walking on that busy street
Found a sight that no one likes to see
He said, “mister, have you got
a little of your spare cash,
walking here all day with an empty tray”

And (there’s/here’s) and empty place
a solitary place
that’s reaching deep inside in every way

I thought why should it be
That someone else should live this way
There’s more to life than can be seen
As if reading my mind,
He took the cash as he left and smiled
And said “son, you’ve
got all the answers behind”


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