"Rosemary Blue" as written by and Neil/greenfield Sedaka....
You tried to wake me in the morning;
This was our moment of goodbye.
You asked me once: how long I'd love you.
I told you: till the day I die,
And now, at last, my life is over.
You cannot go where I have gone.
I won't be there to share tomorrow.
I love you so, but life goes on.
Dry your eyes, Rosemary Blue;
Take a look outside.
There's a world that waits for you.
Live your life, Rosemary Blue;
Put your lonely tears away.
Wait an' see; there'll come a day
I'll be with you.

We used to walk the world together
And found our love along the way,
But now you must go on without me;
We cannot live in yesterday.
Don't bring your flowers to the church yard;
Only the past is waiting there.
You should be out somewhere, forgetting;
Wearing those flowers in your hair.
Dry your eyes, Rosemary Blue;
Take a look around.
There's a world outside that waits for you.
Live your life, Rosemary Blue;
Put your lonely tears away.
Wait an' see; there'll come a day
I'll be with you.
Rosemary Blue.
Rosemary Blue.


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"Rosemary Blue" as written by Neil Sedaka Howard Greenfield

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