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Sorrow Loves No Company
Out Of The Woodwork IV
1972 by Gary E. Andrews
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Chords:
G 32OOO3
F X33211
C/G bass 332O1O

Oh my, my-y, Who is that cryin',
On a Friday night?
Woke me up to, Hear her sobbing,
Somewhere out of sight.
Listen to her. She sounds so blue her,
Heart must surely burst.
If she's lonely, I know I'd only,
Make her sorry worse.

Sorrow Loves No Company,
To stand beside its pain.
Sorrow Loves No Company,
To come in from the rain.

Should I get up and go to find her,
And see what I can do?
Could I help her, And maybe hold her,
And would she want me to?
Would she tell me, "The woe befell me
I'll never be the same.
Don't befriend me. You'll just offend me.
My sorrow is my shame."

Sorrow Loves No Company,
To stand beside its pain.
Sorrow Loves No Company,
To come in from the rain.

In the garden, Her tears did harden,
And turn her eyes to stone.
She was waitin', Anticipatin',
Cryin' all alone.
Couldn't shake her, couldn't wake her,
Help her broken heart.
Blind, Unknowin', I left her showin',
Love can fall apart.

Sorrow Loves No Company,
To stand beside its pain.
Sorrow Loves No Company,
To come in from the rain.

Oh my, my-y, Who is that laughin',
Come a Saturday morn?
Woke me up from, Troubled slumber,
Feelin' so forlorn.

Sorrow Loves No Company,
To stand beside its pain.
Sorrow Loves No Company,
To come in from the rain.

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Sorrow Loves No Company 1972 by Gary E. Andrews
All Rights Reserved For The Globe

Another one from my days in Tucson, Arizona's Randolph Park, a place of inspiration.