Sleeping Single in a Double Bed

by Barbara Mandrell

Barbara Ann Mandrell (born December 25, 1948) is an American country music singer best known for a 1970s–1980s series of Top 10 hits and TV shows, that helped her become one of country's most successful female vocalists of that period. She was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2009.




Sleeping single in a double bed
Thinking over things I wish I'd said
I should have held you but I let you go
Now I'm the one sleeping all alo-oh-one

Sleeping single in a double bed (ooh-oo-ooh)
Tossing, turning, trying to forget (ahh-ah)
I could be lying with you instead
I'm sleeping single in a double bed

I'd pour me a drink, but I'd only be sorry
'Cause drinking doubles alone, don't make it a par-arty
Another sleepless night and it's the same old stor-ory
When you're the only one at two in the morning

I-I'm sleeping single in a double bed (ooh-oo-ooh)
Thinking over things I wish I'd said (ahh-ah)
I should have held you but I let you go
Now I'm the one sleeping all alo-oh-one

Sleeping single in a double bed
Tossing, turning, trying to forget (you-ou)
I could by lying with you instead
I'm sleeping single in a double bed

I'm sleeping single in a double bed (ah-hah-ah)
Thinking over things I wish I'd said (ooh-ooh)
I should have held you but I let you go
Now I'm the one sleeping all alo-oh-one

Sleeping single in a double bed (ah-hah-ah)
Tossing, turning, trying to forget (you-ou)
I could be lying with you instead
I'm sleeping single in a double bed

I-Im sleeping single in a double bed
Thinking over things I wish I'd said (fade) 

Written by: DENNIS W. MORGAN, RHONDA KYE FLEMING

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