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Lonesome Cities
Composer
Rod McKuen
Lyricist
Rod McKuen
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1969
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March 19, 1969
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"Lonesome Cities" is a song from Frank Sinatra's 1969 album A Man Alone: The Words and Music of McKuen.

LyricsEdit

There's a few more lonesome cities that I'd like to see,
While the wine of wondering is still inside of me,
There's a few more pretty women that I'd like to know,
Bridge or two I'd like to cross, a few more oats to sow,
Maybe when I've done it all, seen all there is to see,
I'll find out I still cannot run away from me.
But as long as trains keep running, restless man I'll be
And there's a few more lonesome cities that I've yet to see.
Maybe when I've done it all, seen all there is to see,
I'll find out I still cannot run away from me.
But as long as trains keep running, restless man I'll be
And there's a few more lonesome cities that I've yet to see.
One or two more lonesome cities that I've yet to see.

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