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Dancin' where the stars go blue
Dancin' where the evening fell
Dancin' in your wooden shoes
In a wedding gown

Dancin' out on 7th street
Dancin' through the underground
Dancin' little marionette
Are you happy now?
Yeah

Where do you go when you're lonely
Where do you go when you're blue
Where do you go when you're lonely, I'll follow you
When the stars go blue

When the stars go blue
Ohhh

Laughing with your pretty mouth
(Laughing with your pretty mouth)
Laughing with your broken eyes
(Laughing with your broken eyes)
Laughing with your lover's tongue
In a lullaby, yeeeah

Where do you go when you're lonely
Where do you go when you're blue
Where do you go when you're lonely, I'll follow you
Yeah, yeah

Where do you go when you're lonely
Where do you go when you're blue
Where do you go when you're lonely, I'll follow you
Follow you (Follow you)
Yeeeah, yeah
When the stars go blue
When the stars go blue
When the stars go blue
When the stars go blue
Where do you go when you're lonely
Where do you go when the stars go blue?



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