A Different Kind of Blue

from by Tim Vitullo

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lyrics

See that girl who,
Inside the lines looks empty.
Watch her color her eyes,
Deep green with jealousy.

Ever changing shades,
Of hair and makeup too.
Still she’s covered,
In a different kind of blue.

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What did they do,
To deserve,
All this from you?

Are things really getting better,
Or are you,
Falling down too?

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Who curates the halls,
Inside her head?
Painted portraits,
Of also-rans in deepest red.

No, no, no,
This just in.
My frame’s unveiling,
Is a matter of when.

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What did they do,
To deserve,
All this from you?

Are things really getting better,
Or are you,
Falling down too?

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Oh, mama,
She always told you so.
To never see girls that,
So many times have been let go.

But here I stand,
Singing this very song.
All about the girl,
Who forces boys to do her wrong.

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What did they do,
To deserve,
All this from you?

Are things really getting better,
Or are you,
Falling down too?

credits

from Josephine & Assorted Train Songs, released August 1, 2015
Music & lyrics © 2015 Tim Vitullo

Tim Vitullo - Guitars & Vocals
Chris Skelly - Double Bass
Brent McConnell - Drums
Ryan Mocniak - Tenor Saxophone
Rich Pantaleo - Trumpet
Natalie Hatcher - Vocals
Steven Foxbury - Vocals

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