"Blk & Blu" as written by William Frederick Kennard, Saul Gregory Milton and Ed Thomas....
Build it as it was and tell them they will come
And nothing ever changed and I'm thinning
They don't even know, it's when you don't come home
Now tell it like it is for all that ever was
Just another look a fool embraced for a minute
Girl, I don't even know if you ever hurt me, get home

And I'll be right here singing my black and blue
I'll be right there singing my black and blue
I'll be right here, jumping at your call, never giving up
Never give up
I'll be right there singing my black and blue

Now blame it on the sun, no, never on the wine
I just play along for the minute
Maybe I should think about walking you home
And everyone's involved, yeah, we are all just wild
But you never see me out here with another girl
Giving me a reason, she needs being her own

And I'll be right here singing my black and blue
I'll be right there singing my black and blue
I'll be right here, jumping at your call, never giving up
Never give up
I'll be right there singing my black and blue

And I'll be right here singing my black and blue
I'll be right there singing my black and blue
I'll be right here, jumping at your call, never giving up
Never give up
I'll be right there singing my black and blue


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"BLK & Blu" as written by Saul Milton Ed Thomas

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