The Bar Stool Preachers – All Turned Blue Lyrics

All Turned Blue Lyrics – The Bar Stool Preachers

You gotta listen to yourself.
Don’t put too much stock,
In anybody else’s opinions of you.
Are they wearing your shoes?

Another late night mission,
With this crippling hesitation to find you.
We left it too late,
And now we’re wondering…
Why there’s another light on,
Another candle in another window,
For a part of you,
That’s never coming home.

When she said she loved you…
Did she mean she loved you?
Or just the idea, of what you could do, for her?

It’s all turned blue for you.
It used to be silver and gold,
Now you just,
Do what you’re told.
Suburbia has eaten what you’ve grown.
And now, it’s all gone cold.

These days I don’t mind doing anything,
As long as I remember it.
My mind, and my memory,
Have both gone to…
Pot calls the kettle black,
And swung around the back,
For a final drag meet.
Salt the earth and scorch my feet.
Because I’m here, with my same bag of used opinions.

When I said I loved you…
Did I mean I loved you?
Or just the idea, of what I could do, for you?

It’s all turned blue for me.
I’ve lived my life in red, gold and green.
Now I’ve seen,
All I’ll see.
Suburbia has reaped what I sowed.
And now, it’s all gone cold.

I’ve got a spring in my step but nowhere to spring to.
And if I squint at this lamp post maybe it looks like the moon.
But I never expected my hard choices to come to career vs life.
I don’t like having to make bad decisions for you.

It’s all turned blue for you.
It used to be silver and gold,
Now we just,
Do what we’re told.
Suburbia has eaten what we’ve grown.
And now, it’s all gone cold.

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