Spoken Intro:
'Take this letter down south for me.
Right down to Atlanta, Georgia on Albany Street.
A-ha-ha-ha, on Albany Avenue.
You know that where that street at?
That a main street, that a main drag.
That's where all the pimps hang out at.
Ha-ha-ha-ha, no not now.
(You want me an Ken to start this or you want to start it?
Yeah, well like you'all start it like ya did just now.

God dog, move it!
Now watch this.

Bluebird, bluebird.
Take this letter down south for me.
Bluebird, bluebird, bluebird.
Take this letter down south for me.
I don't want you to stop flyin'.
You find Miss Lacey Belle for me.

God dog!
She may not be home.
But fly down for me.
She may not be at home.
She might be, 'cross the street.
Visitin' her next door neighbor, you know.

Now, bluebird.
Please give her this message for me.
And bluebird, bluebird tell her.
Come back to California for me.
Because I miss her so bad.

Now bluebird, bluebird.
Come back to California.
'Cause I miss her so bad.
Don't stop flyin', don't stop flyin'.
Til you find Miss Lacey Belle for me.

Now, I want you to tell her.
My nights is so lonely.
Hey, ever since she been gone.
Hey-hey-hey-hey, ever since she been gone.

Now, bluebird, bluebird.
Take this letter down south for me.
God dog!

(guitar solo, horns & instrumental)

Now bluebird, she went to Atlanta, Georgia.
Down on Albany Street.
Now bluebird, she went to Atlanta, Georgia.
Down on Albany Avenue.
I don't want you to stop flyin'.
Til you find Miss Lacey Belle, for me.
FADES-
Hey-hey-hey-hey.
Tell her I'm on bended knees a-tryin'.


Lyrics submitted by Ooohwebaby, edited by Mellow_Harsher

Blue Bird song meanings
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