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Blue, Turning Grey Over You is a song interpreted by Ringo Starr, released on the album Sentimental Journey in 1970.

Blue, Turning Grey Over You lyrics

What will I do at sundown?
What will I do at dawn?
What will I do at noontime
Now that I've found you gone?

What will I do for sunshine
With nothing but the rain?
How can I smile, find life worth while
With a heart that's filled with pain?

My, how I miss your tender kiss
And the wonderful things you would do
I run my hands through sil'vry strands
'Cause I'm blue, turning gray over you

Well, you used to be so good to me
That's when I was a novelty
Now you have new thrills in view, found someone new
Left me blue, turning gray over you

I said, how can I smile, find life worth while
With a heart that's filled with pain?

You used to be so good to me
That's when I was a novelty

Well, now you have found some new thrills to view
And some new buddy friends and I don't know what to do
Because I'm blue, turning gray over you

Yeah, come on, hit me, daddy, hit me
Let me hear it one time
Oh yeah
I just lost myself there, child

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