"Baby Blue" as written by and Carter A. Beauford Boyd C. Tinsley....
Confess, your kiss still knocks me off my legs.
The first time I saw you was like a punch right through my chest
And I will forever, 'cause you'll forever be
My one true broken heart, pieces inside of me and you
And you'll forever, my baby be.

You will rest your head, your strength once saving.
And when you wake you will fly away,
Holding tight to the legs of all your angels.
Goodbye my love, into your blue, blue eyes,
Your blue, blue world, you're my baby blue.

Confess I'm not quite ready to be left.
Still, I know I gave my level best.
You give, you give, to this I can attest
You made me, you made me.
You and me forever, baby.

You will rest your head, your strength once saving.
And when you wake you will fly away,
Holding tight to the legs of all your angels.
Goodbye my love, into your blue, blue eyes,
In your blue, blue world, you and me forever.

You will rest your head, your strength once saving.
And when you wake you will fly away,
Holding tight to the legs of all your angels.
Goodbye my love, into your blue, blue eyes,
In your blue, blue world, you and me forever.


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"Baby Blue" as written by Carter A. Beauford Boyd C. Tinsley

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    My InterpretationThis song is about how he wasn't ready to leave the thought of losing his sister "Confess not quite ready to be left" and that pain being revisited by the loss of LeRoi Moore. It's a tribute to two of his most memorable hard times shown through repitition, "You give, you give..," "You made me, you made me..."


    "Goodbye my love into your blue blue eyes in your blue blue world..." He's letting go of Anne's death so that he can mourn LeRoi.

    I can relate the need to move on after losing someone close as I never got over a close one that past before.
    marc4497on June 08, 2009   Link

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