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Hey little bluebird, how are you?
Is it fun to fly in a sky of blue?
Is it fun to sit and keep an eye on me?
As much as I enjoy to watch you in the summer breeze

Hey little bluebird, why do you stay?
Through all the months of winter and all the snowy days?
Why don 't you fly where the sun is warm for you?
When it's cold outside what do you do?

Chorus: Where have you been?
Where do you go?
Flying in the sun
Flying in the snow
You're so lovely and I'm glad you're here
My little bluebird

Hey little bluebird on my window sill
When the sky is grey, how do you feel?
Are you lonely, do you sing a little song?
Do you ever cry when you're alone?

How high can you fly? Do you ever lose your way?
Where do you hide when you're afraid?
Does your little heart ever break like mine?
Do you have a friend you think about at night?

Chorus



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