I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (Hank Williams Hear that lonesome whipporwill, He sounds to blue to fly. The midnight train is moaning low, I'm so lonesome I could cry. Have you ever heard a robin grieve When leaves begin to die? That means he's lost the will to live. I'm so lonesome I could cry. Did you ever see a night so long, When time goes driftin' by? The moon just went behind some clouds To hide its face and cry. The silence of a falling star Lights up the purple sky. And as I wonder where you are I'm so lonesome I could cry. KC oct99
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