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Bill Anderson – Baby's Blue Again lyrics

Lord you know she's packing up her clothes
And telling me one more time it's the end
But you and I Lord we know she'll never go
It's just that baby's blue again

It happens Lord every time before it rains
When the sky turns green and leaves tumble in the wind
Most folks about would think that she's insane
But it's just that baby's blue again

(Baby's blue again)
Oh Lord, and I can't even help her
All I can do is just wait
Until the clouds are all blown away

'Cause I know that just as soon as the sun comes up
And stars shinin' again
Baby's gonna come runnin' back to me
She's gonna tell me that she wants to stay

It's been like this since that storm in '62
That took the lives of Mary Jo and little Dan
So Lord we know what baby's going through
And it looks like baby's blue again



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