Suzie Blue (Harper Ben)

Won't you sing me the blues Won't you sing me the blues Sing me something my heart can use; misery loves a symphony Does your face, your pretty face get lost in a crowd? And you say no one's there To hear you cry out loud What will you do, Suzie Blue? Where did you learn to do that so well? Where did you learn to do that so well? I guess that would be like kiss and tell If it's a secret, why did you show me? But your far away from the love you used to hold, don't sit and watch your self grow old The day is new, Suzie Blue The day is new, Suzie Blue Real life has let you down Real life has let you down Someone stripped the jewel from your crown Everybody owes somebody something Kissing from heaven in your arms And we'll make love to the memories They will always see us through, Suzie Blue The day is new, Suzie Blue The day is new, Suzie Blue