I Only Wear Blue

Album: Shame, Shame (2010)
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  • I'm all bottled up
    Floating in the deep blue
    And you're an open book
    Anyone could read you
    I'm losing my voice
    Barking up the wrong tree
    When you can't be yourself
    There's just too much to be

    Let's get on with it
    You have got too much time
    And I don't want to stay here
    Where the sun don't ever shine.

    So say the word and open up the blinds

    Well it came like a dream
    But it went just as fast
    Like a dream
    Left out in the trash

    She said "I know what you mean,
    But I don't know who you are.
    Ah, we're just two of many; fractions of a part.
    Ah, we're just two of many; fractions of a part."

    They said it couldn't be done,
    But you went out and did it.
    But it was more than you were looking for it
    And there ain't no way to get it

    I'm only guilty, I admit it
    I'm only guilty, I...

    Excuse me, Forgive me.
    I only wear blue.
    Excuse me. Forgive me.
    I only wear blue.
    Excuse me. Writer/s: SCOTT MCMICKEN, TOBY LEAMAN
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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