Indigo Blue

Written by Doug Harvey and Priscilla Smith

Vocal by Deborah Darling

Indigo Blue
I don’t know what to do
I can’t help myself – here’s the news
I’m falling for you
It’s sad but true that you
Aren’t falling for me too
I wish I knew
What do with you
Indigo Blue

You can’t help but love
Every woman that you meet
You open their hearts in a way
That sweeps them off their feet
You flash that smile that beguiles
Then you just retreat
Incomplete, bittersweet
Indigo Blue

But I’d rather love you like this
Than not love you at all
But I hunger for your kiss
As I wait for you to call
I know it’s in vain
Just insane
But I’ve got you on the brain
I’ll love what can of this man
In spite of the pain

How do you hold
A moonbeam in your hand?
He’ll never be what I need
A one-gal kind of man
So I’ll try to get by
And do the best I can
To understand his point-of-view
Indigo Blue

© Copyright by Doug Harvey and Bird Ash Music

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Foolin’ Yourself

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Written by Doug Harvey

When you hurt the one you love
You only hurt yourself
When you lie to the one you trust
You’re lyin’ to yourself
When you’re makin’ love to somebody
While you’re thinkin’ ’bout somebody else
You ain’t foolin’ her
She can always tell
You’re just foolin’ yourself

Most guys, they think they can fake it
Fool around and she’ll never know
But you can’t really keep it a secret
‘Cause sooner or later it shows
When your heart’s really not in it
Your body gives your secret away
You can’t help but give her a signal
She’s gonna figure it out someday

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After all, how would you like it
If your woman was cheatin’ on you?
Every time you were kissin’ and huggin’
She was thinkin’ ’bout somebody new
You’d feel deceived, cheated and angry
You’d wonder what was goin’ on
Even though she tells you she loves you
You’d know that something was wrong

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© Copyright by Doug Harvey and Bird Ash Music

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