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Look who's blue
Writer Don Gibson

(Look, look, look-a, look who's blue) (Look, look, look-a, look who's blue) Please, please, have pity on me Oh, can't you see that I'm in misery Please, please, I'm beggin' like a fool Woe is me, look who's blue I said no gal's gonna ever tie me down I'm goin' out every night and paint the town Well I was doin' fine till I met you Woe is me, look who's blue Please, please, have pity on me Oh, can't you see that I'm in misery Please, please, I'm beggin' like a fool Woe is me, look who's blue [Instrumental] I said there'd never be just one for me And I'm gonna stay footloose and fancy free No gal's gonna ever tell me what to do Woe is me, look who's blue Please, please, have pity on me Oh, can't you see that I'm in misery Please, please, I'm beggin' like a fool Woe is me, look who's blue Woh-oh, blue



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