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Because the battery is going dead. If the alternator was at fault, the car would die after 3 hrs or less of driving, and it wouldnt restart. Same with the voltage regulator. The only culprit when a car starts like it was the last time, is when the battery is getting charged, but it is unable to hold it. If you turn off car, and restart it right away, and it sounds fine, it is one more indication of an exhausted battery.
sounds like you have a dead battery and possible a bad altenator have the battery checked out and replace if bad. If not recharge and if the car starts have the charging system checked out you may have a bad altenator or voltage regulator probably built in the altenator. Possibly the starter but not likely since it stalled while running.