"Blue Bayou" as written by Christopher Hillman and Gram Parsons....
I feel so bad I got a worried mi-ind
I'm so lonesome all of the time
Since I left my baby behind o-on Blue Bayou

Savin nickels, savin di-imes
Workin till the sun don't shine
Lookin forward to happier times o-on Blue Bayou

I'm goin back some day, come what may to Blue Bayou
Where the folks are fine and the world is mine on Blue Bayou
Where those fishin boats with their sails afloat, if I could only see
That familiar sunrise through sleepy eye-eyes, how happy Id be

Gonna see my baby again
Gonna be with some o' my friends
Maybe I'll feel better again o-on Blue Bayou
Savin nickels, savin di-imes
Workin till the sun don't shine
Lookin forward to happier times o-on Blue Bayou

I'm goin back some day, come what may to Blue Bayou
Where the folks are fine and the world is mine on Blue Bayou
Where those fishin boats with their sails afloat, if I could only see
That familiar sunrise through sleepy eye-eyes, how happy Id be

With that boy of mine by my side
The silver moo-oon and the evenin' tide
Some sweet day gonna take away-ay this hurtin inside

Ill never be blue, my dreams come true-ue
On Blue - Ba-you...


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"Blue Bayou" as written by Roy Orbison Joe Melson

Lyrics © Barbara Orbison Music Company, Orbi-Lee Music, R-Key Darkus, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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