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YOU'RE LONELY AND I'M LONELY From The Broadway Musical "Louisiana Purchase" (1940) (Irving Berlin) Vera Zorina & Victor Moore (Broadway Production) - 1940 Tommy Dorsey & His Orch. (vocal: Frank Sinatra) - 1940 Richard Himber & His Orch. - 1940 Mary Martin - 1940 Judy Blazer (Broadway Revival) - 1966 You're lonely and I'm lonely We're all alone and we're sad Like two little babes in the wood But things would not seem so bad If we weren't quite so good If we cuddled up as we should You're lonely and I'm lonely So why can't we be lonely together The night is young, and while it grows older We can forget, crying on each other's shoulder The sky's cloudy 'cause we're lonely But soon we'll see a change in the weather Two lonely hearts, beating as one Can be miserable and still have a lot of fun (Contributed by Peter Akers - February 2009) (Updated by Mel Priddle - November 2013)

    


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