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to find Miss Liza Belle and tell her
I'm just as blue as a man can be

Bluebird, if she's not at home
You needn't worry yourself by knockin' on the door
Now he's my guiding light and ever by my side
So I'm walkin' not knockin' to heaven with pride
Well you don't knock you just walk on in...
Well you
to find Miss Liza Belle and tell her
I'm just as blue as a man can be

Bluebird, if she's not at home
You needn't worry yourself by knockin' on the door
(Oh, yeah!) oh, He's ever by my side. (Oh, 
yeah!)
So, I'm walkin', not a-knockin', into heaven with pride.

I'll have no need to fear. (Oh, yeah!)
and guide (Oh, yeah!) 
Oh, He's ever by my side. (Oh,Yeah!)
So, I'm walkin', not a-knockin', into heaven with pride

I'll have no need to fear (Oh, yeah!)
Trouble knockin' on your window pane stormy weather at your door
And the outlook for the day ahead like the day before
People tell you prayin'
my side. (Oh, yeah!)
So, I'm walkin', not a-knockin', into heaven with pride.

You don't knock.
(You don't knock, you just walk on in.)
The door
and I'm knockin' on your door
I know you hear me knockin' so what you hidin' for

[Verse Two: performed by ADMoney]
He ain't never joined the, he ain't no
Look over yonder here come the blues
The thirteenth of any time, powered by fools
I can see 'em comin'
Wearing a blue armored coat
You're sittin'
Just about sunrise
Just about sunrise
Just about sunrise
I got these blue tears burnin' my eyes

Knockin' on your door
Knockin' on your door
Knockin
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The end of the world might be just around the corner
Might be knockin' at my door
This could all be gone by mornin'
If you'd only step inside
on a Saturday night
Knockin' at the door with the friendly light
She say hey hey baby baby baby come on in

She say she call herself Linda Lou
No need to ask
Look over yonder here come the blues
The thirteenth of any time, powered by fools
I can see 'em comin'
Wearing a blue armoured coat
You're
a party in Blue, knocking on heaven's door
a lack in the Game of the time
a life lived by those involved In luxury 

The one searched away must be
Trouble knockin' on your window pane stormy weather at your door
And the outlook for the day ahead like the day before
People tell you prayin'
I gotta make it to Heaven, for goin' through hell
I gotta make it to Heaven, I gotta make it to Heaven
I gotta make it to Heaven, for goin' through
The red is for blood shed
The blue is for the sad ass songs
We be singin' in church 
While white man's heaven is black man's hell
The stars what we way
Two little children a boy and a girl
Sat by an old church door
The little girl's feet 
Were as brown as the curl
That fell on the dress that she
Two little children a boy and a girl
Sat by an old church door
The little girl's feet 
Were as brown as the curl
That fell on the dress that she
Two little children a boy and a girl
Sat by an old church door
The little girl's feet 
Were as brown as the curl
That fell on the dress that she
faced it

Why do you cry?
Why do you cry?
Steal the blue out of the sky
Don't leave it all behind

This is life once again
It's been knockin at you door
the west wind in her hair.
She calls from the hill, yeah, 
She calls in my mainland blues.

There's a coast road that winds 
To heaven's door
Where
and mirrors dot the city
Ink stained hippies
With boxed lunch and marijuana
Mystery plays of shit and nothingness
Blessed by colors from a black hat

Blue
you with gentleness and compassion
But sorrow is always an open door
I know many days go by and I forget to look up at the stars
I forget there are
Living in the big house, dying by the rail
If I wanted your opinion I'd call you in hell
Could that be the mailman knockin' on the door
Or just another