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  • Aug 28,  · [Verse] A E Just call me lonesome, heartbroke and then some B7 E Cause I ain't got no one, since youv'e been gone A E You called me baby, now I've got a new name B7 E Don't need my old one, call me /5(19).
  • INTRO: Play Instrumentally Over The Phrase Below G D D7 parmobontcicarnofacogostealabe.xyzinfo call me lonesome from now one VERSE ONE / VOCALS G G7 C Why must I love a heartless one G G7 G Who never knows the harm she's done G G7 C Though love is blind I should have known D D7 G Just call me lonesome from now on VERSE TWO / VOCALS G G7 C I climb the stairs up to my room D D7 G But no-one greets me in .
  • Just Call Me Lonesome. Jim Reeves. January 1, out of 5 stars 3 ratings. Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to 33 songs from this album plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. See all 9 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(3).
  • INTRO TAB by Radney Foster.
  • Why must I love the heartless one Who'll never know the harm she's done Though love is blind, I should have known Just call me lonesome from now on I climb the stairs up to my room But no one meets me in my gloom The silence tells me she is gone Just call me lonesome from.
  • Lyrics. Radney Foster [Chorus:] Just call me lonesome Heartbroke and then some 'Cause I ain't got no one Since you've been gone You called me baby Now I've got a new name Don't need my old one Call me lonesome from now on You used to call me, your one and only But now you only call me someone you once knew You were my angel, before some stranger Stole your heart and stole my world when .
  • Just Call Me Lonesome Lyrics: I climb the stairs up to my room / But no one meets me in my gloom / The silence tells me she is gone / Just call me lonesome from now on / Why must I love a.
  • "Just Call Me Lonesome" is the debut song recorded by American country music artist Radney Foster. It was released in July as the lead-off single from his debut album Del Rio, TX and was co-written by Foster and George Ducas.