Alone Again (Naturally) (chromatic)

Gilbert O'Sullivan

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ALONE AGAIN (Naturally)
By: Raymond O’Sullivan
Gilbert O’Sullivan
Key: F

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Oh in a lit-tle while from now, 
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if I'm not feel-ing an-y less so-ur,  
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I prom-ise my-self to treat my-self 
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and vis-it a near-by tow-er.  
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and climb-ing to the top    
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will throw my-self off,  
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in an ef-fort to make it clear 
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to who ev-er what it's like 
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when you're shat-tered, 
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left stand-ing in the lurch at a church 
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where peo-ple say-ing: 
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"My God, that's tough, She’s stood him up",  
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"No point in us re-main-ing",   
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"We may as well go home"   
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as I did on my own. 
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A-lone a-gain,  nat-‘ral-ly.         

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To think that on-ly yes-ter-day, 
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I was cheer-ful, bright and gay.   
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Look-ing for-ward to who would-n't do, 
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the  role I was a-bout to play?  
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But as if to knock me down, 
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re-al-i-ty came a-round.   
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And with-out so much as a mere touch, 
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cut me in-to lit-tle piec-es.   
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Leav-ing me to doubt, talk a-bout 
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God in His mer-cy.    
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Who if He real-ly does ex-ist,
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why did He de-sert me?   
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In my hour of need.  
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I tru-ly am in-deed, 
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a-lone a-gain, nat-‘ral-ly.        

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It seems to me that there are more hearts   
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bro-ken in the world that can't be  
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mend-ed, left un-at-tend-ed. 
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What do we do? What do we do? 

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Now look-ing back ov-er the years
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And what-ev-er else that ap-pears
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I re-mem-ber I cried when my fath-er died
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Nev-er wish-ing to hide the tears 
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And at six-ty five years old
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My moth-er God rest her soul
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Could-n’t un-der-stand why the on-ly man
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She had ev-er loved had been tak-en
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Leav-ing her to start with a heart
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So bad-ly bro-ken,
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Des-pite en-cour-age-ment from me
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No words were ev-er spo-ken
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And when she passed a-way
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I cried and cried all day
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a-lone a-gain nat-‘ral-ly

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