You And Your Heart So Blue
Bucks Fizz Lyrics


You levelled all your guns against me You shot me down and ran me to the ground An' so I hung around You said that you were just a dreamer But in every dream you had I could be found In love it's hard to believe That roses die and moonlight doesn't last forever God knows I tried... I gave all my love to you
You and your heart so blue I did everything that a man can do I cried when you wanted me to And I lied in the night to see it through For you and your heart so blue
I'm not afraid of dice or danger You learn a lot of lessons on the street I've felt the heat But when without a word of warning The dream came down and it knocked me off my feet And I cried and I cried When roses die and moonlight doesn't last forever God knows I tried... I gave all my love to you
You and your heart so blue I did everything that a man can do I cried when you wanted me to And I lied in the night to see it through For you and your heart so blue
Given all the love you needed Everything you ever wanted Will you ever learn to fly You're the one with all the questions Looking for the easy answers Will you ever get it right... enough for you
You and your heart so blue I did everything that a man can do I cried when you wanted me to And I lied in the night to see it through For you and your heart so blue

Writer(s): A. Hill, P. Sinfield

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euronick61

This is a fabulous song .. Bucks Fizz did some great tunes that weren't big hits … this and I Hear Talk are 2 of my favourites

David Derecq

This takes me back in many ways - people in thre 80s could really sing, and these guys could really sing! I am not ashamed to say that 1) I saw them live in 1990 ans 2) that 4 of their songs are some of my favoutite songs of all time

Nick Esposito

a really well structured song..needed decent airplay as not as instant as their earlier stuff..but after 2-3 listens its got great hooks, poss even their best song.. and Bobby Gee's voice really suits this one too...x

ZanduckTV2

Nick Esposito https://youtu.be/nKALAjqhxmY. The original appeared on their first Lost Masters cd. This is kind of a variation of it with different backing. I like the released single version and this one, though Cheryl’s vocal does sound a bit sugary at times. See what you think.

Nick Esposito

@ZanduckTV2 oh no i havent.. i'll make a point of checking it out.. do u know where i could get to hear it Zanduck?

ZanduckTV2

Nick Esposito Have you heard Cheryl’s slower tempo reggae tinged version too?

mickymuscle

So nice melody this song!

Vin Vass

This, along with Heart Of Stone, was where we saw the band take a harder, more rock edge, and with Bobby on lead vocals having really matured as a frontman. Jay had left and this was their awkward in between single where people thought they were finished and never really recovered front the bus crash. Mike certainly never recovered, he had short term memory loss which meant he would forget the songs so could only now lip synch the backing parts and he sadly never regained more than 50% vision in either of his eyes. When Shelley was chosen as the replacement, announced on Wogan, this was the song they performed. Though technically the current song it never made the top forty, and was never a hit, despite many fans considering it one of their finest cuts. From an odd three piece vid to Shelly joining them on the live performances, this never had a fighting chance at the end of the Eighties in the Uk, when there was no real cable and no MTV. Magical and Heart Of Stone, with Bobby as lead singer, with his powerful passionate vocals, their great live versions, had the potential to take the band well into the Nineties. As it was, they never got past that first initial stage and never had the chance to make that great album they could have done. Ironic considering the success of the appropriately titled New Beginnings single, Shelley's first actual sing, and their last hit.

Stef carolan

+Vin Vass Are You Ready was one hell of an album, it was perfect after an album built around Making Your Mind Up. The vocals and production was by far bigger than their success, to say they are a cult band would be accurate.

kevin allcock

loved bucks fizz , seen them live years ago ... seen hundreds of bands live and they were in my all time top 5 .. wonderful

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