Shaun Cassidy: “Hey There Lonely Girl”

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Hey There Lonely Girl” is a song recorded by R&B singer Eddie Holman. Recorded and released in 1969, it charted in the United States in 1970 and in the United Kingdom in 1974. The original version by Ruby and the Romantics was entitled, “Hey There Lonely Boy” in 1963, and was a Top 30 hit, peaking at #27. Holman’s song peaked at #2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 pop chart, #1 on the Canadian RPM chart, and at #4 on the UK Singles Chart, his highest charting single in each country.

Shaun Cassidy’s 1977 version was a track on his debut LP. It reached # 5 in Australia

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Check out the single today on Shaun Cassidy’s self titled album.

(source: songfacts.com)

Hey there lonely girl, lonely girl
Let me make your broken heart like new
Oh, my lonely girl, lonely girl
Don’t you know this lonely boy loves you

Ever since he broke your heart you seem so lost
Each time you pass my way
How I long to take your hand
And say don’t cry, I’ll kiss your tears away
Hey there lonely girl, lonely girl
Let me make your broken heart like new
Oh my lonely girl, lonely girl
don’t you know this lonely boy loves you

You think that only his two lips can kiss your lips
And make your heart stand still
But once you’re in my arms you’ll see
No one can kiss your lips the way I will
Hey there lonely girl, lonely girl
Let me make your broken heart like new

Oh, my lonely girl, lonely girl
Don’t you know this lonely girl loves you
Oh my lonely girl, lonely girl
Don’t you know this lonely boy loves you

 

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