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When Johnny Sang The Blues Lyrics

When Johnny sang the blues
I saw you waiting by the station
And just one more time baby
You'd put on your bright red dancing shoes
When Johnny sang the blues
And all of our hearts were breaking
Christmas lights in your eyes were shining
I swear I was holding you
When Johnny sang the blues

O that sweet soul music yeah
Run my fingers through your hair
Watch the lights go down
Over smokey town
Something was in the air

When Johnny sang the blues
I saw you waiting by the station
And just one more time baby
You'd put on your bright red dancing shoes
When Johnny sang the blues
And all of our hearts were breaking
Christmas lights in your eyes were shining
I swear I was holding you
When Johnny sang the blues

Baby we'll take the ferry
Right across the mersey
Count those downtown lights
In the northern sky
Hey those days were crazy

When Johnny sang the blues
I saw you waiting by the station
And just one more time baby
You'd put on your bright red dancing shoes
When Johnny sang the blues
And all of our hearts were breaking
Christmas lights in your eyes were shining
I swear I was holding you
When Johnny sang the blues

All over the smokey town
Something was in the air

When Johnny sang the blues
I saw you waiting by the station
And just one more time baby
You'd put on your bright red dancing shoes
When Johnny sang the blues
And all of our hearts were breaking
Christmas lights in your eyes were shining
I swear I was holding you
When Johnny sang the blues

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Songwriter(s): Martin George Page
Record Label(s): 2008 IroningBoard Reords
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