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Blue on Blue
Bobby Vinton Lyrics


Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
Blue on blue now that we are through
Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
And I find I can't get over losing you

I walk along the street we used to walk
Two by two, lovers pass
And as they're passing by, I could die
'Cause you're not here with me
Now the trees are bare
There's sadness in the air
And I'm as blue as I can be

Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
Blue on blue now that we are through
Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
And I find I can't get over losing you

Night after lonely night, we meet in dreams
As I run to your side
You wait with open arms, open arms
That now are closed to me
Through a veil of tears
Your vision disappears
And I'm as blue as I can be

Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
Blue on blue now that we are through
Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
And I find I can't get over losing you

Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
Blue on blue now that we are through
Blue on blue, heartache on heartache

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Peermusic Publishing
Written by: HAL DAVID, BURT F. BACHARACH

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tropicwave1

Blue on Blue Bobby Vinton [Chorus] Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
Blue on blue now that we are through
Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
And I find I can't get over losing youI walk along the street we used to walk
Two by two, lovers pass
And as they're passing by, I could die
'Cause you're not here with me
Now the trees are bare
There's sadness in the air
And I'm as blue as I can be [Chorus] Night after lonely night, we meet in dreams
As I run to your side
You wait with open arms, open arms
That now are closed to me
Through a veil of tears
Your vision disappears
And I'm as blue as I can be [Chorus] Songwriters: HAL DAVID, BURT F. BACHARACH© Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group



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Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
Blue on blue now that we are through
Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
And I find I can't get over losing you

I walk along the street we used to walk
Two by two, lovers pass
And as they're passing by, I could die
'Cause you're not here with me
Now the trees are bare
There's sadness in the air
And I'm as blue as I can be

Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
Blue on blue now that we are through
Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
And I find I can't get over losing you

Night after lonely night, we meet in dreams
As I run to your side
You wait with open arms, open arms
That now are closed to me
Through a veil of tears
Your vision disappears
And I'm as blue as I can be

Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
Blue on blue now that we are through
Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
And I find I can't get over losing you

Blue on blue, heartache on heartache
Blue on blue now that we are through
Blue on blue, heartache on heartache



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Scott Maclean

I am surprised Bobby Vinton wasn't a bigger star. His music was pretty big where I came from.  I heard it all the time.

Kamui no Ken

@Suzanne Prock really wow! And how did you liked Royksopp’s version?

Suzanne Prock

I was only 4 years old in 1963 but I remember hearing this song all of the time, my mother had most of his records. Love him!

tarstarkusz

I heard these a lot as a small child, but not ever since. It's a bit before my time though. I heard these songs in the early 70s, like 73-74.

Timothy Thorne

I love this and most of his songs. The weakness of Bobby Vinton was that his style never changed: even in the 70s he was making old-fashioned music like this, as though the Beatles or rock music in general, never even existed.

Steve Carroll

This is an outrageously haunting song. Genius.

jamison lewis

I used to go to a Laundromat at night,  three blocks down the road, to listen to this song, and "Blue Velvet".  The laundry jukebox had blue lights,  and for my ten year old mind, it was some kind of synchronicity.

Clint Sherman

Sounds cool

Harry Follick

Well stated. That song vividly describes a scene and situation that most folks can relate to well. It is one of the great songs of the era of R and B. Sometimes songs from that period are criticized as being bubble gum or simplistic but a beautiful ballad is immune  from such comments.

362chop

“The Polish Prince” Awesome talent, under appreciated.

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