There's nobody there, when you walk in the door.

Nobody there for you to care for.

Nobody's arms to hold you at night.

No one to care if you're feeling alright.

Nobody needs you to cook them a meal,

No one to ask 'and how do you feel?'

No comfort for you, when you're really sad,

And no one to share it when you're feeling glad.

No equal companion to share all your days.

No one to learn your own funny ways.

Nobody's there when life has turned cold,

No one to want you, when you've both grown old.

This house is so big when no one is there.

Days are so lonely,when there's no one to care.

Each battle you fight, is fought all alone.

Life is so empty when you live on your own. 



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