One would hope that if you are together, then you would no longer be lonely. Being lonely together seems like an undesirable outcome of two people occupying the same space at the same time.
President of the Lonely Heart Club says: “Have you ever felt so lonely that it actually hurt? It just happened to me, and I didn’t like it at all. I know there must be others out there like me; maybe you are too shy, too short, to naive, to caring; maybe you’ve been too hurt in the past. Me? I’m all of those things too. I’ve forgotten what it feels like to kiss someone. I’ve forgotten what it feels like to hold someone. One day I still pray that someone will find me and that I won’t have to come home to an empty home forever.”
Boo hoo hoo. “…maybe you are too shy, too short, to naive, to caring; maybe you’ve been too hurt in the past. Me? I’m all of those things too.” That was his clever way of letting you know he is freakishly short. He is hoping to distract you by placing this information in the middle of a display of emotional sensitivity. Because women like men who are in touch with their emotions, right? Right…