Charley Crockett - Are We Lonesome Yet Lyrics




I've been sittin' in a champagne room
And on the TV they say that we're all through
And there's an ash tray, full of cigarettes
Talking to me are we lonesome yet

You caught me staring at the chandelier
No, I ain't crying, smoke it cause these tears
This place is crowded, folks they seem upset
I'm just smiling, are we lonesome yet

In here there's a price to pay
It cost a lot more to stay
Nobody wants to share
Who told you this town was fair?
Tell me are we lonesome yet, I just can't forget
The voice ringin' in my head
Are we lonesome yet

Somebody's talkin' in the mezzanine
Up the staircase, past the ice machine
I barely hear them, judging me in jest
I think I'll ask them Are we lonesome yet?

This big ol' city sure been hard on me
Filled up with people as far as you can see
Electric billboards selling what comes next
They're really saying Are we lonesome yet

In here there's a price to pay
It cost a lot more to stay
Nobody wants to share
Who told you this town was fair?
Tell me are we lonesome yet, I just can't forget
The voice a ringin' in my head
Are we lonesome yet
Are we lonesome yet
Tell me are we lonesome yet





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