Out Of The Blue

Album: Out Of The Blue (1987)
Charted: 19 3
  • Without you, without you
    I always thought that everything was fine without you
    Never knowing you'd be mine
    Suddenly my world has changed
    And I just wonder why
    All it took was just one smile

    [Chorus:]
    Now with you, out of the blue
    Love appeared before my eyes with you
    A dream come true
    I never thought I'd realize what love was
    what love was, what love was

    I need you, oh I need you
    And everyday I love you more and more
    Without you (dreams and tears)
    I know what it's all for
    Suddenly I see you there
    And everything's ok
    Don't know why I feel this way

    [Chorus]

    Here with you

    We are together now
    Never take my heart away
    All the love I found
    Is here to stay (Out of the blue)

    It's like a dream come true
    I never thought I'd fall in love with you
    Out of the blue
    Love appeared before my eyes with you
    A dream come true
    I never thought
    Here with you
    Out of the, out of the, out of the clear blue
    Oh, it's like a dream come true,
    I never thought, I never thought
    Out of the blue
    Before my eyes with you
    A dream come true
    I never thought I'd fall in love with you
    Out of the, out of the, out of the, out of the clear blueWriter/s: BERNIE TAUPIN, ELTON JOHN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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