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Uriah Heep – Lucy Blues lyrics

Well the very first time I saw you darling
Not one single word would come to my lips
Yes, the very first time I saw you darling
Not one single word would come to my lips
You see, I was so afraid you wouldn't love me
I want to tell you right now
I was frightened right down to my fingertips

So baby when you went away
That unlucky day last September
I was like a little lost boy in the wilderness
Baby baby baby baby baby baby baby
When you went away, oh yeah
I was like a little lost boy in the wilderness

And I've just been sitting and thinking
Of everybody I've ever known
Ooo, well you know I still love you the best
Yeah, the very best



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