"Romancin' the Blues" as written by and Frank N./murphy Wildhorn....
I should be dancin', simmping champagne
Painting the town red, singin' in the rain
I should be the headlines not yesterday's news
Tonight I'll be romancin' the blues
I hope he's happy, wastin' my best years
Guess I'll pour me a stiff one
Then I'll pour out the tears
I could slip on a brave face, but I simply refuse
Tonight I'll be romancin' the blues
You'd think by now that I'd have learned about love
But the record shows I've not done well
You'd think by now that I'd have learned about love
But right now, baby, love can go to hell Oh, hello heartache, throw me a parade
Let's have a celebration for the mess that I have made
So here's to all the winners from those of us who lose
All of us romancin' the blues
Here's to all the winners from those of us who lose
All of us romancin' the blues
Tonight I am...
Romancin' the blues


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"Romancin' the Blues" as written by Frank N. Wildhorn Frank Wildhorn

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