Winston Montgomery
Lonli Joni
 
Lyrics
Lonely Joni
By W. Montgomery

Verse:
Lonely Joni, your heart is empty
Cruising Malibu in your Bentley
Clinging to your painting and jazz
But the sweetest hours of romance have passed
Remember those nights in the cafes
Awakening to love in the butterscotch mornings
Lonely Joni, where?s your coyote now?

Verse:
Yes, I?m bitter, I never got to know you
Dazzled from afar by what you could do
No one better sang love?s praise
Broke a heart or turned a phrase
How could I compare with your famous lovers
The drummers and the dreamers and the mean old daddies,
Lonely Joni, where?s your coyote now?

Bridge:
Is it true, women are born lonely
They must have romance to feed their soul
With a creature who?s born horny
And to wander is his goal?

Verse:
Lonely Joni, let me sit beside you
You?ve come down to earth that?s what the years do
I?ll help you to see it through
As age brings back the pain of youth
I know you?ve been burned by the limelight
But don?t give up on your capes and your capers
Lonely Joni, I?ll be your coyote now

Credits
Lyrics Credits: Winston Montgomery
Music Credits: Winston Montgomery
Producer Credits: Winston Montgomery
Publisher Credits: Duvateen Records
Performance Credits: Winston Montgomery
Description
Short Song Description:
A meanspirited but affection portarit of 60's
songwriter and folksinger, Joni Mitchell
Metadata
Song Length: 2:57
Primary Genre: Folk-General
Secondary Genre: -
Tempo: Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
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