Blue Guitar Lyrics

Sarah Darling


publisher: ©BLACK RIVER ENTERTAINMENT LLC
writers: Kim Tribble Sarah Ann Darling
album: No. 6 track in album Every Monday Morning
release date: 2010-3-30
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length: 3:11

Got a brand new Taylor sittin’ in its case,
Haven’t picked it up since the day you left me.
And I still miss you.
Got a worn out Martin I use on the stage,
The one I used to write with everyday.
But it doesn’t feel right in my hands,
Some guitars they don’t understand the blues.

When I’m feeling sad,
When I’m looking back,
I take out that old blue guitar.

Its got a belt buckle scratch on its back.
Three-year old strings and worn out frets.
Though I have to tune it constantly,
It’s the only place I found a melody.
It’s close to the hollow sound of pure lonely.

When I’m feeling sad,
When I’m looking back,
I take out that old blue guitar.

I guess it knows how it feels,
To feel this alone,
‘Cause my heart’s overflowing,
As it fills up this song.

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Track Listing

  • 1 Whenever It Rains
  • 2 I Never Do What I Should
  • 3 Can't Call Love
  • 4 Stop the Bleeding
  • 5 Don't Love Me
  • 6 Blue Guitar
  • 7 Wrapped in Moonlight
  • 8 Jack of Hearts
  • 9 All You've Got
  • 10 Till the Truth Walks In
  • 11 Knowing What I Know About Heaven
  • 12 It Don't Matter Now (Missing You)
  • 13 I'll Wait for You