Blue Enough (to Sing the Blues)
Blue Enough (to Sing the Blues)by Jesse Daniel EdwardsASCAPwhen I broke my finger in the doorwhen I slipped in the pool of blood on the floorthat door and that floor were both yoursYou assured a drowning man you’d be trueI held my breath at the bottom of the pool for youlike a fool I keep jumping at the postman’s knock at half past fourI’m finally heartbroken enoughI’ve finally lost it all enoughI’ve been beaten down and beaten up by Lovea time or twoand I’m finally blue enoughto sing the blueswhen you blew the credit card on a one way rideleft the Hyundai to die, parked on I-65that broke down car, broke credit card, and broken heart were mineyou assured me he was just a friendyou assured him I wouldn’t be home till tenlike a fool I brought a dozen roses home early what a fine surprise
Written by: Jesse Daniel Edwards
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