Lonely and Gone

Lonely and Gone

Montgomery Gentry

Pulled in the driveway, picked up the paper
Found my key, and unlocked the door
I walked in, felt like a stranger
Like I'd never been there before
As I wandered room to room
It was silent as a tomb
Could have heard a teardrop
Could have heard a heartbreak
Never saw the flood come
Even though I felt the rain
Never heard a house sound
So loud with memories
Where there used to be
A happy home
In the house on the corner
Of lonely and gone
If she talked about leaving, I wasn't listening
If she showed me a sign, well I never saw
Did she stop believing, did I stop giving
Can't put my finger on what went wrong
Now the quietest noise I'm told, is the sound of letting go
Could have heard a teardrop
Could have heard a heartbreak
Never saw the flood come, even though I felt the rain
Never heard a house sound, so loud with memories
Where there used to be a happy home
In the house on the corner
Of lonely and gone
Whoa...never heard a house sound
So loud with memories
Where there used to be a happy home
In the house on the corner
In the house on the corner
Of lonely and gone

Written by GREG CROWE, DAVE GIBSON, BILL MCCORVEY
Published by ZELLS MUSIC COMPANY

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