Empty Arms

I'm sitting here all alone
In this cold empty room,
The moon is full
But my arms are empty
And the feeling is right
But I'm alone again tonight.

No one to fill these arms about me,
No one to call my own,
Only these empty walls surround me.
The moon is full,
But I'm alone again tonight.

I want a love that will last forever,
Someone I can call my very own,
No more sleepless nights ahead of me,
A warm body close to me,
One that can fill these empty arms about me,
I don't want to be here all alone.

The moon is full again tonight,
As I sit here all alone ,
With these empty arms about me.

© Sherri Emily Avery 11.20.2001

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