This gravity is pulling me
Hold on
This time of change seems so strange
Don't let me go
Catch me
I'm fallin', fallin' through
If I'm not with you
All I want to do is feel blue
All I want to do is feel blue
If I'm not with you, all I want to do is feel blue
So in love with you I feel blue

Why do I feel so alone, I know
All I gotta do is look around and see
It seems so strange, you're here to stay
Ooh, I love you

I'm fallin', fallin' through
If I'm not with you, all I want to do is feel blue
All I want to do is feel blue
If I'm not with you, all I want to do is feel blue
So in love with you I feel blue

I see that I'm next to you
You're next to me
How could this be this way
I thought I was close to you
You were close to me
Why do I feel so blue
(repeat)

All I want to do is feel blue
If I'm not with you, all I want to do is feel blue
So in love with you I feel blue


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Blue Lyrics as written by Seung Ho Lee Kyung Sub Lee

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    The pinnacle of what a love song should be: it's honest, touching, and downright beautiful. The backing vocals by Brandon Boyd(incubus) are another great part of this song.

    Tommy wrote this song about his fiance, and how much he loves her, and appreciates her, because his rode to her was rough and hard. He though he found love twice in his life(read THE DIRT by motley crue and you'll learn a lot about him)

    Tommy is truly someone to look up to, and not to look down to. Tommy is a true survivor in every sense of the word, and i'm proud as shit to be a fan of his.

    JasonDagon March 05, 2003   Link
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    if you dont belive that tommy is more about love than just fucking read the dirt he is prolly one of the most romantic kind of guy, just so happens that he likes sex too and there is nothing wrong with that at all.

    oldskoolpunker23on August 25, 2006   Link

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