From the album After All These Years

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Written by Kathy Yolanda Rice, Produced by Kelvin Wooten

Lyrics

Isn’t It a Pity by Kathy Yolanda Rice
CD: After All These Years

I tried to tell them that you were special
But they didn't believe me
And I tried to show them that you were precious
But they couldn't see what was so obvious to me
Yeah, baby, baby

Isn't it a pity that you can't come home
You can't come home to me
Isn't it a pity that you're gonna be alone
Eternally

Your words are spoken inside the closed room
Is it your voice that I hear?
My eyes are crying, feel like I'm dying
You're holding me near, and this love we share,
Will it last forever, and ever, ever?

Isn't it a pity that you can't come home
You can't come home to me
Isn't it a pity that you're gonna be alone
Eternally

All of my memories are filled with music
It's your face that I see
And now the mysteries of your music,
You are setting them free
Can’t hold the secrets in your hidden dreams
So dream on

Isn't it a pity that you can't come home,
You can't come home to me, no, no, no
Isn't it a pity that we're gonna be alone
Eternally

You see, I tried to tell them that you were special
But they didn't really know, they just didn't wanna believe me
And I tried to show them that you were precious
But they couldn't see what was so obvious to me

Isn't it a pity that you can't come home,
You can't come home to me, no, no, no
Isn't it a pity, pity, that I'm gonna be in love,
Gotta stay in love, with you,
Eternally