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Out Of The Blue lyrics

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Daryl Hall & John Oates – Out Of The Blue lyrics

You said you never loved me, it was all a iie

Dont you know spite is a weaklings emotion

You said you didnt know, but you didnt try

And when you gave up it killed my devotion

Told me you ran around

Needed your fun

Thats over, water under the bridge

Long gone

Chorus:

Then you call out of the blue

Like I still care about you

Out of the blue

Like l cant live without you

Out of the blue

Who do you think youre talking to

Why didnt you just throw away my number

When we were through

Do you need someone to talk to, like a long lost friend

Sympathy just aint in my emotion

Yeah, you had a lot of rope but you reached the end

And when it ran out, it killed my devotion

I can see the bridges burning

But you just walk on

Our love is water under that bridge

Long gone

Chorus:

Then you call out of the blue

Like I still care about you

Out of the blue

Like I cant live without you

Out of the blue

Who do you think youre talking to

Why didnt you just throw away my number

When we were through

I can see the bridges burning

But you just walk on

Our love is water under that bridge

Long gone

Chorus: (repeat)



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