Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by semipenguin, Mar 27, 2019.
A thread for lonely posts.
Post here when no one else is on the forum.
Half past 12noon and no one in the forum. Everyone must be out to lunch.
Sounds like a good plan
It's awfully lonely here
This probably doesn't happen on the Facebook or that Instant thing
Right now, this is the best thread we have.
Nobody here since dinnertime yesterday
I was. I got home from band practice around midnight and read through the evenings posts.
I guess I didn't post anything till this morning.
Working second shift at a job where I can't play around on DRC all shift means lonely 3 am's all by myself around here.
That's one of those sappy old songs that reminds me of my youth.
Here's a more upbeat take on being alone
I barely post today and you all run away. No wonder why this place is so loney.
Somebody talk to me please.
If I talk to you, then you would no longer be lonely and that would defeat the purpose of this thread, wouldn't it? I'm not really sure. If you want to talk with others, we have threads for that.
I guess I'm finally fitting in on this site. I'm using the "We have a thread for that" line.
Yay! I'm not lonely anymore!
I'm happy for you. I was going to suggest you join Lucy Ricardo in the "Friends Of The Friendless" group.
Bobby Vinton's Mr. Lonely appeared on his 1962 album Roses Are Red and was released as a single in 1964. It went to number one – but a much more betterer Mister Lonely song is by The Videls, a doo-wop group from Providence, Rhode Island. The song reached #73 in 1960 and was their only chart hit. Two members of the group, Peter Anders and Vincent Poncia Jr., also recorded as The Tradewinds (New York's A Lonely Town, 1965) and The Innocence (There's Got To Be A Word, 1966).