Black is black
I want my baby back
It´s gray, it´s gray
Since she went away, Ooh-Ooh
What can I do
´Cause I-I-I-I-I´m feelin´ blue

If I had my way
She´d be back today
But she don´t intend
To see me again, Ooh-Ooh
What can I do
´Cause I-I-I-I-I´m feelin´ blue

I can´t choose
It´s too much to lose
My love´s too strong
Wow! Maybe if she
would come back to me
Then it can´t go wrong

Bad is bad
That I feel so sad
It´s time, it´s time
That I found peace of mind, Ooh-Ooh
What can I do
´Cause I-I-I-I-I´m feelin´ blue

I can´t choose
It´s too much to lose
My love´s too strong
Wow! Maybe if she
would come back to me
Then it can´t go wrong

Black is black
I want my baby back
It´s gray, it´s gray
Since she went away, Ooh-Ooh
What can I do
´Cause I-I-I-I-I´m feelin´ blue
´Cause I-I-I-I-I´m feelin´ blue


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