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Kim Carnes sings ” Speed Of The Sound Of Loneliness” written by John Prine.
Kim Carnes (born 20 July 1945 Hollywood, California) is a US singer-songwriter. She is a two-time Grammy Award winner noted for her distinctive raspy vocal style.

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  1. You come home late
    And you come home early
    You come on big
    When you're feeling small
    And you come home curly
    Sometimes you don't come home at all
    So what in the world's come over you?
    What in heaven's name have you done?
    You've broken the speed of the sound of loneliness
    You're out there runnin'
    Just to be on the run
    Well, I got a heart that burns with a fever
    And I got a worried and jealous mind
    Well, how can a love
    That will last forever
    Get left so far behind?
    So what in the world's come over you?
    What in heaven's name have you done?
    You've broken the speed of the sound of loneliness
    You're out there runnin'
    Just to be on the run
    It's a mighty mean and dreadful sorrow
    That crossed the evil line today
    How can you ask about tomorrow
    When we ain't got one word to say?
    So what in the world's come over you?
    What in heaven's name have you done?
    You've broken the speed of the sound of loneliness
    You're out there runnin'
    Just to be on the run
    You're out there runnin'
    Just to be on the run
    You're out there runnin'
    Just to be on the run

  2. Love this….. Was dragged to a Country Music Club (In the UK) by a young lady {Well, she was young!} and I didn't like "Country Music". To my surprise I knew more of the song's played that night than she did ! This was one of them eing sung by a man !!!! Took me age's to work out what was wrong ! LOL I only knew this version and it sounded so wrong being sung by a man. I liked West Coast Band's like NRPS (Long Black Dress) The Dead, Poco, Flying Burrito Bros, Gram Parson's etc. and of course they played a lot of Country… BUT I didn't know it was Country Music until I visited this club.

  3. One of John Prine's best songs. I don't think Carnes ever got the credit she deserved for this wonderful rendition. I'm crying as I write. John died, felled by COVID-19, and I miss him so very much.

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