Blue Sky, Black Sky

Blue Sky, Black Sky (1965)

Fan submitted lyric by Jeffrey Kosh

 

I took my T-bird out for a ride.

Out of the blue and into the black.

She looks so good, oh, she looks so fine.

Makes me swell with pride.

 

Blue Sky, Black Sky.

Deep down the desert of my own forgotten meridian.

Blue Sky, Black Sky.

Out of desperation and deep into oblivion.

 

Passed a truck, goin’ to nowhere.

Another soul lost in a sea of memories.

Think about goin’ elsewhere.

There’s no hope, there’s no more discoveries.

 

Blue Sky, Black Sky.

Deep down the desert of my own forgotten meridian.

Blue Sky, Black Sky.

Out of desperation and deep into oblivion.

 

I may be old, but still remember the time.

When the future was real.

Blue skies were the rhyme.

The past was a scratch to heal.

 

Blue Sky, Black Sky.

Deep down the desert of my own forgotten meridian.

Blue Sky, Black Sky.

Out of desperation and deep into oblivion.

 

I changed my mind, I want to go back.

Maybe my end is not yet here.

On this forgotten road, where the skies are always black.

The future is my blood and what I hold dear.

 

Blue Sky, Black Sky.

Deep down the desert of my own forgotten meridian.

Blue Sky, Black Sky.

Out of desperation and deep into oblivion.

 

Blue Sky, I need a Blue Sky.

Out of the Black and back into the Blue.

Blue Sky, I need a Blue Sky.

Oh, my baby doesn’t have a clue.

 

Blue Sky, I need a Blue Sky.

Out of the Black and back into the Blue.

Blue Sky, I need a Blue Sky.

Oh, my baby doesn’t have a clue.

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