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"Lovely Lonely Man" is a song featured in the 1968 film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang sung by Sally Ann Howes as Truly Scrumptious, who pines for eccentric inventor Caractacus Potts (Dick Van Dyke).

Lyrics

This lovely, lonely man
I've only known a day
I look at him and cannot look away
Oh, what a love
Oh, what a lovely, lonely man

I've met so many men
So easy to forget
I thought I've grown immune to them and yet
He's such a love
He's such a lovely, lonely man

How did he touch my heart?
How did this feeling start?
This glow that feels so warm inside
This sudden summer storm inside

My life now has a plan
To someday make him see
That I need him as much as he needs me
Oh, what a love
Oh, what a lovely, lonely man
Oh, how I love
This one and only man

Wikipedia
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Media
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Characters
Caractacus Potts | Truly Scrumptious | Child Catcher
Songs
You Two | Toot Sweets | Hushabye Mountain | Me Ol' Bamboo | Chitty Chitty Bang Bang | Truly Scrumptious | Lovely Lonely Man | Posh! | The Roses of Success | Chu-Chi Face | Doll on a Music Box
See also
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer | United Artists | 20th Century Studios Home Entertainment
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