Blue Sky

Album: Emily West (2010)
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  • So your conscience finally hit you
    And you're feeling guilty
    And you're wishing I was there
    So you wanna say you're sorry

    Well, please forgive me if I'm too gone to care
    You can take back your goodbyes
    Wipe off those sad eyes
    ?Cause I've got some tears of my own

    Weather man says it?s gonna rain tonight
    The kind of storm where the basement floods
    And you lose the lights, should have thought of that before
    ?Cause I'm not your blue sky anymore

    So you heard the pitter-patter of a lost heart beating
    And learned what it was for
    So you made a list of shoulders
    That you'd be needing

    Well mine aren't yours anymore
    Come on, show me your temper
    Be the man I remember
    So I won't forget what you've done

    Weather man says it?s gonna rain tonight
    The kind of storm where the basement floods
    And you lose the lights, should have thought of that before
    ?Cause I'm not your blue sky anymore

    don't wanna be that blue sky
    I'm not your blue sky anymore
    Writer/s: EMILY NEMMERS, GARY BURR
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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