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Sad to Be Alone

This song is by John Hammond and appears on the album Long as I Have You (1998).

This song is a cover of "Sad to Be Alone" by Sonny Boy Williamson II.
It's so sad to be lonesome, too much inconvenient to be alone
You know it's so sad to be lonesome, but it's too much inconvenient to be alone
You know it makes a man feel so good when his baby's lying down in his arms

I received a letter from my baby, I received a telegram
I received a letter from my baby, and I received a telegram
Then the little girl called me long distance, she wants to know just where I am

When you miss your baby, you look around can't see nothing but just your shade on the ground
So sad to be lonesome, I know it's too much inconvenient to be alone
But I declare you feel good when your baby come back home

Met the Greyhound bus, met the train
She wasn't on either one, I want to know what was to blame
So sad to be lonesome, too much inconvenient to be alone

But it make you feel so good when your baby come back home

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