paul carney

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Pop - Europop | Newcastle-upon-tyne, England, United Kingdom
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Song Description

I wrote the song from personal experience of living alone, of wanting someone in your life to share your love with.

Lyrics

When You Live Alone
Written by Paul Carney

I said: 'good riddance to you'
When you walked out the door
But this place is so cold,
Now you don't live here anymore
I cook dinner for one,
but I eat for two,
I spend hours in chat rooms trying to replace you,
But my heart has to dote,
on the TV remote,
Now I live, now I live alone


I watch young lovers with a sense of dread,
I leave the bathroom light on,
and I sprawl out in bed,
I can call up the boys,
stay out all night,
I don't care if I'm drunk,
or who I sleep with tonight
But I sit here alone,
and stare at the phone
Now I live, now I live alone


Some people say that I talk to myself,
That I'm falling apart at the seams,
But that isn't quite right,
For when I turn out the light,
I'm just holding you close in my dreams

When you live alone,
when you live alone,
You need hope when you live alone


"When You Live Alone" written by Paul Carney. �© Paul Carney Music. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission

Song Length
3:58
Genres
Pop - Europop, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Serene, Composed

Subject Matter
Loneliness
Similar Artists
Leonard Cohen, Lionel Richie
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Paul Carney
Music Credits Paul Carney
Producer Credits MIke Frankland
Performance Credits Paul Carney