Lonely Corner:Ricky Nelson. #113 on BB Hot 100 on DECCA Records in 1964. (Great song which should have rated higher.) INTRO: D #1. D If you think you got troubles, buddy, listen to me. A I'm not standin' on this corner gazing at the moon, you see. D G Don't you tell me your troubles, got enough of my own. D A Cause this lonely corner's got me where I used D to walk her home. #2. D All these long and weary evening's when the hurtins close the day. A I'm still standin' on this corner where we'd kiss the nights away. D G Please go take all your troubles, got enough of my own. D A Cause this lonely corner's got me where I used to D walk her home. INTERLUDE: C D C D (x2) BRIDGE: G D Lonely corner, where can she be? G A Lonely corner, you're just the place to dwell and you're full of misery. #3. G D Just a chance to hold my baby would release these binding chains. D A Take me from this lonely corner, we could start our life again. D G But until the day I see her, I'll be standin' all alone. D A On this lonely corner where I used to walk my baby D home. OUTRO: D A On this lonely corner where I used to walk my baby D home..(Fade.) A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.