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Ty England – The Blues Ain't News To Me lyrics

(Wayland Holyfield/Verlon Thompson)

I know you were expecting teardrops
When you told me 'bout your somebody else
I hope I didn't disappoint you
By taking it all so well

And if I don't seem as broken hearted
As you thought I should be
It's just the blues ain't news to me

I've got it down being down
I knew my way around I've she'd my shear of tears
I've seen enough breaking up
Seems like it taking up most of adult years
Yes I'm familiar with the situation
It's my semi occupation
I said the blues ain't news to me

It's nice to know you're worried about me
Concerned about the way I feel
Well it's just another day at the office baby
It really ain't no big deal
Now I've almost got it to a science
They oughta give me a degree
It's just the blues ain't news to me

I've got it down being down
I knew my way around I've she'd my shear of tears
I've seen enough breaking up
Seems like it taking up most of adult years
Yes I'm familiar with the situation
It's my semi occupation
I said the blues ain't news to me

So if I'm quite devastated
Don't take it too personally
It's just the blues ain't news to me



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