"50 Shades of Blue" as written by and Edwyn Stephen Collins....
Sally Blue, she
up and left me;
she couldn't stand to live in poverty.
So I painted a self-portrait in 50 shades of blue
and in this moment of weakness
I'm showing it to you.

Maybe I'm wrong and maybe she's right;
I see things in shades of blue,
she sees things in black and white.

She told me once, and she told me twice;
I never listened to her advice,
now I'm payin' a heavy price.

I've been blessed with some bright ideas,
so bright I thought that they were heaven-sent.
But now I'm 6 months in arrears
divine inspiration sure don't pay the rent.

Maybe I'm wrong and maybe she's right;
I see things in shades of blue,
she sees things in black and white.

She told me once and she told me twice;
I never listen to her advice,
now I'm payin' a heavy price.

Sally, do you think that we could start anew?
It's getting mighty lonesome without you.

Well, she told me once and she told me twice;
I never listen to her advice,
now I'm payin' a heavy price.

So I'm wrong, just maybe she's right;
I see things in shades of blue,
she sees thing in black and white.

Fifty,
fifty shades of blue.

Oh, yeah!

Fifty,
fifty shades of blue.

Yeah!

Fifty,
fifty shades of blue.


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