"Deep Blue" as written by and George Harrison....
When sunshine is not enough
To make me feel bright
It's got me suffering in the darkness
That's so easy come by on the road-side
Of one loong life-time

It's got me deep blue
You know I'm deep blue

When you stand there, watch tired bodies
Full of sickness and pain
To show you just how helpless you really are
When you get down to the truth
It hurts me

It's got me deep blue
You know I'm deep blue

When I think of the life I'm living
Pray God help me; give me your light
So I can love you and understand
This repetition that keeps me here
Feeling deep blue

It's got me deep blue
You know I'm deep blue



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"Deep Blue" as written by George Harrison

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    General CommentGreat song. Released as the b-side to "Give Me Love" in 1973 and included as a bonus track on the re-release of Living in the Material World.
    Freddie77on May 31, 2010   Link
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    General CommentAh, it was actually the b-side to "Bangla Desh" and released in 1971.
    Freddie77on May 31, 2010   Link
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    General CommentThis is very high up on the list of my favorite George Harrison songs!The words are sad but the music gives you sort of a happy feeling and I like the way the song makes me feel overall.This song really deserves to be more popular in my opinion.
    JohnLennonLover96on August 16, 2011   Link

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