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Little Boy Blue
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pretty country song recorded by Lacy J. Dalton.
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Little Boy Blue Recorded by Lacy J. Dalton Written by Lance Gray
G Hey little boy I’m so proud of you
The things you are and the things you do C G You’re my little boy blue my little boy blue D7 G No matter what comes down I’ll always love you
The moon is dark the midnight deep
Miles to go before I sleep C G But I’ll dream of you my little boy blue D7 G No matter what comes down I’ll always love you
C G A hundred thousand miles down some old highway D7 G G7 I stop just long enough to under-stand C G C While I let all the years go flying b-y me Am D7 The little boy I loved turned into a man
G But safe inside me I will keep
A vision and you’ll always be C G My little boy blue my little boy blue D7 G No matter what comes down I’ll always love you D7 G No matter what comes down I’ll always love you
C G I will be here for you when the whole world D7 G G7 Would turn its back and leave you all a-lone C G C Cause in my soul your song is always sing-ing Am D7 And here within my heart of hearts you’ll always have a home
G So listen to the words I say
Save them for a rainy day C G And they’ll pull you through my little boy blue D7 G No matter what comes down I’ll always love you D7 G No matter what comes down I’ll always love you
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