Alone I stand, Alone I wander;
Alone I lookout, for my little wonder.
Alone I was, Alone I lived;
Alone was life, before you came through.
Alone was left, only to leave Alone;
Alone was never, from the day together.
Alone was no more, Alone never felt;
Aone was gone, felt never to be touched.
Alone roads strolled, are now beds of roses;
Alone songs heard, are now blessed verses.
Alone I stood, with flowers in my hand;
Alone I saw, it's not just flowers in the band.
Alone I am, Alone on this boat;
Alone I sail, Alone away from the coast.
Alone every day, Alone every way;
Alone all the time, Alone each and everytime.
Alone I am, Alone for reason;
Alone I have become, Alone I treason.
Alone on bed, Alone with tears;
Alone I lie, Alone with fears.
Alone will stand, Alone will cry;
Alone will smile, Alone without a sigh.
Alone I was, Alone to be;
Alone it meant, Alone it always be.
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