Ain't That Lonely Yet

Lançamento: Terça, 20 Abril 1993, Estados Unidos

"Ain't That Lonely Yet" is a song written by Kostas and James House, and recorded by American country music artist Dwight Yoakam. It was released in March 1993 as the first single from his album This Time. It peaked at number 2 for the week of June 5, 1993 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks. It served as the lead-off single to his CD, This Time; in addition, it went on to win a Grammy award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance.



Letras

You keep calling me
On the telephone
You say you're all alone
Well that's real sad

And you keep leavin'
Notes stuck on my door
Guess you're hungry for some more
Girl that's too bad

'Cause I ain't that lonely yet
No I ain't that lonely yet
After what you put me through
Oh, I ain't that lonely yet
 
Once there was this
Spider in my bed
I got caught up in her web
Of love and lies
 
She spun her chains
Around my heart and soul
Never to let go
Oh, but I survived
 
'Cause I ain't that lonely yet
No, I ain't that lonely yet
After what you put me through
Oh, I ain't that lonely yet
 
There's nothing left you can do
To try and bring me 'round
'Cause everything you do
Just brings me down, oh
 
'Cause I ain't that lonely yet
No I ain't that lonely yet
After what you put me through
Oh, I ain't that lonely yet
 
'Cause I ain't that lonely yet
No I ain't that lonely yet
After what you put me through
Oh, I ain't that lonely yet
 
'Cause I ain't that lonely yet
No I ain't that lonely yet
After what you put me through
Oh, I ain't that lonely yet
 
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