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“Lonely Woman”
Lyrics and Music by Chet Nichols
Instrumentation & vocals by Chet Nichols
Produced & recorded by Stephen Barncard
at Wally Heider's Studio in San Francisco, CA USA
Co-produced by Chet Nichols
Copyright 1969/2016
by Chet Nichols (ASCAP) & Magic Garage Music (ASCAP)
PO Box 2398, Northbrook, IL 60065
http://www.chetnichols.net :: chet@chetnichols.net
MagicGarageMusic@gmail.com

For Licensing Info, please contact us.
ALL RIGHTS STRICTLY RESERVED

Lyrics

“Lonely Woman”
Lyrics and Music by Chet Nichols
Copyright 1969/2001/2016
by Chet Nichols (ASCAP) & Magic Garage Music (ASCAP)
PO Box 2398, Northbrook, IL 60065
http://www.chetnichols.net :: chet@chetnichols.net
MagicGarageMusic@gmail.com
For Licensing Info, please contact us.
ALL RIGHTS STRICTLY RESERVED

I heard a lonely woman crying through the wall
To be alone can be a pleasure, but loneliness haunts us all
The woman strummed on silver strings
Sang songs of wonderful things
And of the joy that love brings
Her lover left and the loneliness stings
Out on the streets she looks over her shoulder
God, she look so much older
She lets her hair rest quietly
She lets it down nightly
She wonders why it made her cry
After all the times, she’s heard him lie
Oh, why, why, why
The flags are flying upside down
From the crosses on the hill
The steps of the dancer
And the songs of waking
Are suddenly very still
Their nation of two, their sanctuary
Grew silver wings and flew away
Her brown eyes are red and gray and blue
The bond she dreamed of as a little daydreamer
The games of making up children’s names
Her prince charming
Turned out to be very alarming
Oh, will her life
Will her life ever be the same.
Oh, there are so many noble men
With noble words to say
But, their words and their thoughts
Oh, they go in so many different ways
But, never in the same direction
No, never in the same direction
I saw a lonely woman
Walking through the park
Leda and the swan made love on the lawn
So we joined hands and took turns singing songs
The woman strummed on silver strings
Sang songs of wonderful things
And of the joy that love brings
He lover left and the loneliness stings
She lets her hair rest quietly
She lets it down just for me
She lets it down every night
She lets it down just for me
She wonders why her cry
After all the times she’s heard him lie
Oh, why, why, why
Oh, why, why, why

Copyright 1969 Time Loop Music (ASCAP)