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Skeeter Davis – Cloudy With Occasional Tears lyrics

The sky isn't blue since you're gone, I am
And the forecast is sad but so clear
Now lonely nights are few and lots of missing you
All cloudy with occasional tears.

I let you go free, what a fool, I am
And now I just wish you were here
To brighten up my day 'cause since you've been away
It's been cloudy with occasional tears.

Raindrops, teardrops
I can't tell the difference anymore.

The weather's not really that bad, I am
Only you can make the clouds disappear
But till the day you do my skies are only blue
And it's cloudy with occasional tears.

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I let you go free, what a fool, I am
You knew I wish you were here
Now lonely nights are few and lots of missing you
All cloudy with occasional tears...



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