"Bluer Than Blue" as written by John Madara, David White and Joe Renzetti....
Bluer than Blue
Michael Johnson

After you go
I can catch up on my readin'
After you go
I'll have a lot more time for sleepin'
And when you're gone looks like things
Are gonna be a lot easier
Life will be a breeze you know
I really should be glad

But I'm bluer than blue
Sadder than sad

You're the only light
This empty room has ever had
Life without you is gonna be
Bluer than blue

After you go
I'll have a lot more room in my closet
After you go
I'll stay out all night long if I feel like it
And when you're gone
I can run through the house screamin'
And no one will ever hear me
I really should be glad


I don't have to miss no TV shows
I can start my whole life over
Change the numbers on my telephone
But the nights will sure be colder


Bluer than blue,
Bluer than blue

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"Bluer Than Blue" as written by Randy Goodrum


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    General CommentObviously this is from the point of view of someone who is trying to convince himself that his life will be better after a breakup, but it's a half-hearted and sad attempt. The advantages of being single as presented here are kind of shallow, i.e. catching up on TV shows.

    What struck me today upon hearing this, though, is the line about changing his telephone number. Who does that after a breakup other than people who are trying to avoid their exes? It's a weird line that doesn't fit the theme of the song.
    kreniighon June 25, 2012   Link

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