I sat up all morning and I waited for you
With my blue and grey shirt on
Yeah I thought that's my lucky one

I'll sit and face the road now
I don't have a heavy load now
I got nothing to keep me hanging around here
From now on

Where's the compassion
To make your tired heart sing
I'm tired of being a spokesman
For every tired thing

There's nothing in the world outside
Just some things that I see from the side
I'm just a shy boy sitting in a house
When everyone is gone from now on

I sat up all morning and I waited for you
With my blue and grey shirt on
Yeah that's my favorite one
I sat up all morning so why did you call?
Cause now I just sing my songs
For people that are gone from now on

Lyrics submitted by giordano1000

"Blue and Grey Shirt" as written by John Mark Eitzel

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    General CommentThis song is about Mark Eitzel's thoughts when his friend was dying from AIDS. Beautiful record.
    wizzardsmithon December 26, 2007   Link
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    My OpinionThat's very interesting and I would not have guessed that.
    Anilandon May 23, 2011   Link
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    General CommentIn an interview from 1988: "Blue and Grey Shirt" is about sitting on a doorstep waiting for Satan.

    He also happened to be drunk.

    Source: youtube.com/…
    Anilandon June 14, 2011   Link

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