Blue Morning, Blue Day

Album: Double Vision (1978)
Charted: 45 15
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  • Out in the street it's six am, another sleepless night
    Three cups of coffee, but I can't clear my head from what went down last night
    No we won't have our own little ways, but somehow we keep it together
    You hear me talk, if you don't hear what I say, I guess it don't even matter

    Blue morning, blue day, won't you see things my way
    Blue morning, can't you see, what your love has done to me

    I've always listened to your point of view, my ways are cut through men
    And I've always been a patient man, but my patience has reached its end
    You tell me you're leaving, you tell me goodbye
    You say you might send a letter
    Well honey don't telephone, 'cause I won't be alone
    I need someone to make me feel better

    Blue morning, blue day, won't you see things my way
    Blue morning, can't you see, what your love has done to me

    Blue morning, blue day, won't you see things my way
    Blue morning, can't you see, what your love has done to me

    (Blue morning) blue morning, (blue morning) blue morning
    (Blue morning) blue morning, blue blue blue day, yeah Writer/s: LOU GRAMM, MICK JONES
    Publisher: SOMERSET SONGS PUBLISHING INC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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  • Basketballjones from UsaThe lyric is not, "my ways are cut through men." The correct lyric is, "my ways I've tried to mend."
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