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Way across town a phone rings off the wall
If you know he ain't home why do you keep callin'
You're gonna drive yourself crazy and you know that it's true
It's making you wild and blue

Wild and blue it's no wonder look at the things that you do
They could just take you up to yonder you're already wild and blue

In somebody's room on the far side of town
With your mind all made up and the shades all pulled down
Someone is trying to satisfy you
He don't know you're wild and you're blue

Wild and blue it's no wonder...
[ fiddle ]
It's four in the morning and you're all alone
With no place to go why don't you come home
I'll be right here baby waitin' for you
I know you've been wild and blue

Wild and blue it's no wonder...
Wild and blue it's no wonder...



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    Someone who is cheating on you with multiple people... They just can't be satisfied and you just want them back home with you.

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