Alone and Lonely – What’s the difference?

Alone Lonely – these adjectives have similar meanings. Being alone means being on your own with nobody else around and it’s not always a bad thing. But if you’re lonely, you’re alone and you’re also unhappy because of it.
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Alone Lonely Video Script

It was a dark night and a lonely road. I was all alone and I started to feel a little lonely. And then .. .. ..
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I’ll see you next week.
Yeah. Take care.
Be safe. OK, bye darling.
Don’t be lonely.
Bye.

Sometimes it’s nice to be alone.
I can choose the television channel.
And I can read in bed with the light on.
And I can turn the music up really loud.
But after a while I start to feel lonely. I want Jay to come home.

Alone. On my own with nobody else around.
Lonely. Alone and unhappy because of it.

What do you do when I’m away and you’re all alone Jay?
Nothing much.

And what about you?
Yes, what do you do when you’re alone?

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