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Everyone But Me

Everybody’s got someone
it ain’t too hard to see
that everybody’s got someone
everyone but me

she was just sixteen
but I took my chance
I asked her I said
‘baby, would you like to dance?’

she said ‘OK’
but I could see it in her eye
and I knew that she had herself
some other guy
and ain’t it true that

Everybody’s got someone
it ain’t too hard to see
that everybody’s got someone
everyone but me

I went for a walk the other day
and saw all the couples in the park
and I thought it’d be nice to stay
with someone ’til way after dark

but they all went passing by
and me all left alone
so I stood up and blew a sigh
and went on walking home
because

Everybody’s got someone
it ain’t too hard to see
that everybody’s got someone
everyone but me

(from “Part Five: An Album Full”)

My ‘oldie’. A nice, little bouncy song – the type you would’ve heard on AM radio in 1961.

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