"Someday Out Of The Blue" as written by and Tim Rice Elton John....
Some day out of the blue
In a crowded street or a deserted square
I'll turn and I'll see you as if our love were new
Some day we can start again, some day soon

Here comes the night
Here come the memories
Lost in your arms
Down in the foreign fields

Not so long ago
Seems like eternity
Those sweet afternoons
Still capture me

I still believe
I still put faith in us
We had it all and watched it slip away
Where are we now?

Not where we want to be
Those hot afternoons
Still follow me

Some day out of the blue
Maybe years from now
Or tomorrow night
I'll turn and I'll see you

As if we always knew
Some day we would live again, some day soon

I still believe
I still put faith in us

Lyrics submitted by StarzBSL04

"Someday Out of the Blue" as written by Tim Rice Elton John

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    General CommentI love this song. He still believes in this love.
    Sunnyon July 25, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti met someone around the time when this song came out and i always thought of the line "some day out of the blue maybe years from now or tomorrow night i'll turn and i'll see you." 8 months later i did... so yeah, this is a great song. :)
    halfaliveon September 26, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti saw the movie "Road to El Dorado" and so I like this song. I am a sucker for cartoons.
    katoxon June 11, 2003   Link
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    General CommentNothin' to be ashamed of, Katox. Can't go wrong with cartoons. :)
    miss_carolineon November 22, 2004   Link
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    General CommentShoot, Katox, I'm 20 years old and still love cartoons! Never be ashamed of who you are! But yeah, great song, great video too! Elton John just has a pure, unique voice...you know it's him when you hear him sing.
    cphersonon March 19, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's unfortunate that this song is not as well-known as it should. I love this song--especially the brevity of each line in the first stanza. It captures, i think, the bittersweetness in recalling love "here comes the night...here come the memories....down in the foreign fields...not so long ago." just beautiful.

    And don't even get me started on the percussion!
    joyce33090on March 29, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThere's always the chance that love will come around again... I love this song-- it's so optimistic
    deltabeanon September 30, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song is so sweet it makes me want to cry. Also it's from probably my favorite animated movie of all time. Love Elton John, love El Dorado. <3
    Artemis17on May 09, 2010   Link
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    MemoryYou remember all your backstory that has been revealed to you, and spread when we get to soemthing emotional, romance, crossovers and taking part of culture.
    jag1132932on November 22, 2016   Link
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    My InterpretationIt represents your vision of culture such as race, memory and anime is the theme of the story. Your drawings come to life by all your granted actions, learn or take part of any race culture such as India, Japan, Spain, Australia, Sweden, worldwide. Anime has interesting worlds in TV and film. It's a crossover. Also taking part of anime culture from TV and film. That way you get to wonder everywhere wishing everything was apart of the Japanese vision of style animation.
    jag1132932on November 22, 2016   Link

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