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INTRO: E E E E A E E E E A
E A
Blown down the highway by two different winds
E A
Lord only knows when I'll see you again
C#m A
You're 'bout as close as the stars up above
B
You're my long distance love
A E A B
Kentucky Bluebird, I heard your song today
A C#m A
But when I try to touch you, you fly away
E A
Blue is a feeling I'm learning so well
E A
Turn on the TV in another hotel
C#m A
Turn down the volume and stare at the wall
B
God I wish you would call
A E A B
Kentucky Bluebird, I heard your song today
A C#m A
But when I try to touch you, you fly away
C#m A
How I hate the miles between us
E
They get longer each day
C#m A
I had this dream and you should have seen us
B
Holding each other and drifting away
A E A B
Kentucky Bluebird, I heard your song today
A C#m A
But when I try to touch you, you fly away
C#m E
You fly away.
OUTRO: same as INTRO



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