LONESOME.
Music by Albert Von Tilzer
Words by Joe Rosey
Published 1904 by The York Music Co.


[Verse 1]
Bill's away, he left the other day,
I'm so lonesome,I tell you what is more,
My heart is feeling mighty sore,

Because he never left his home before
And I must write to him this very night
Just to kind o' jog his mind.
The girl he left behind ain't feeling right.

[Chorus]
I'm so lonesome, I've been waiting long for you
Someone tell me what I really ought to do
(Oh can't you see that) I'm so lonesome, lonesome,
still I wouldn't feel so blue,
If I but knew, dear, You were kind 'o lonesome too.

[Verse 2] "Bill, come home, don't leave me all alone,
Ev'ry time I think about you, Bill,
There's such a funny little chill
That comes acreeping o'er me 'gainst my will,
Now, can't you see, how lonesome I must be?
Billy, if you stay away from me another day, you'll sure lose me."

[Repeat Chorus]