Album: Blue Songs (2011)
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  • Ravaged after my war
    When I came to know you
    I was a young boy blue
    I was a young boy blue
    I was a young boy blue
    This song is sung for you

    This song is sung for me
    This song is sung for you

    Blue was the color I saw
    After we began to talk
    I could not see much else
    I was a young boy blue
    I was a young boy blue
    This song is sung for you

    This song is sung for me
    This song is sung for you

    I'm grateful for the words you chose
    I'm grateful for the heights to which you rose
    I'm grateful for the words you chose
    I'm grateful for the heights to which you rose Writer/s: ANDREW BUTLER
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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