Who Sang The Loner? Neil Young

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Credits
release date: 1968-11-12
genres: Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Folk Rock/Country Rock/Classic Rock
length: 3:53
producer: David Briggs and Neil Young
guitar: Ry Cooder and Neil Young
bass: Jim Messina
drums (drum set): George Grantham
organ: Neil Young
vocal: Neil Young
composer: Neil Young
lyricist: Neil Young
He's a perfect stranger,
Like a cross
of himself and a fox.
He's a feeling arranger
And a changer
of the ways he talks.
He's the unforeseen danger
The keeper of
the key to the locks.
Know when you see him,
Nothing can free him.
Step aside, open wide,
It's the loner.
If you see him in the subway,
He'll be down
at the end of the car.
Watching you move
Until he knows
he knows who you are.
When you get off
at your station alone,
He'll know that you are.
Know when you see him,
Nothing can free him.
Step aside, open wide,
It's the loner.
There was a woman he knew
About a year or so ago.
She had something
that he needed
And he pleaded
with her not to go.
On the day that she left,
He died,
but it did not show.
Know when you see him,
Nothing can free him.
Step aside, open wide,
It's the loner.






Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 The Emperor of Wyoming
  • 2 The Loner
  • 3 If I Could Have Her Tonight
  • 4 I've Been Waiting for You
  • 5 The Old Laughing Lady
  • 6 String Quartet From Whiskey Boot Hill
  • 7 Here We Are in the Years
  • 8 What Did You Do to My Life?
  • 9 I've Loved Her So Long
  • 10 The Last Trip to Tulsa