At The End Of A Long Lonely Day:Marty Robbins. On COLUMBIA Records in 1956. [Intro] G D G [Verse 1] G C G At the end of a long lonely day without you D G when the world seems to fall in my face. G C G I'm all right through the day but the day D fades away and the long, lonely night takes G its place. [Verse 2] D C G Another day to wish that you were here. D C I dread each lonely night that's filled with G fear. G C G Though, I've tried and I've tried these are tears D G that I can't hide at the end of a long, lonely day. [Interlude] D G [Verse 3] G C G At the end of the day I go up to my room and I D G watch while the sun fades away. C G And the loneliness there brings me grief and despair, D G at the end of a long, lonely day. [Outro] D C G D Tomorrow means another day to cry, it makes no C G difference if I live or die. G C G With the world locked outside I just lay there and cry, D G at the end of a long, lonely day. A fifties smash from Kraziekhat.