Still Feeling Blue

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Time can pass and time can heal
But it don't ever pass the way I feel
You went away a long time ago
And why you left I never knew

The lonely days and lonely nights
Guess the world knows I ain't feelin' right
And when you're gone the hours pass so slow
And now I'm still feeling blue

Well baby, since you walked out of my life
I've never felt so low
Can't help but wonder why you had to go

There are many girls but I can't say
They come and go and still I feel this way
And ever since the day you said goodbye
No one treats me like you used to do

Well, I hope you're out and happy now
Doing up the town 'cause you know how
Every time I hear your name I want to cry
And now I'm still feeling blue

And baby, since you walked out of my life
I've never felt so low
Can't help but wonder why you had to go

There's many girls but I can't say
They come and go and still I feel this way
And ever since the day you said goodbye
No one treats me like you used to do

I hope you're out and happy now
Doing up the town 'cause you know how
Every time I hear your name I want to cry
And now I'm still feeling blue
And now I'm still feeling blue
And now I'm still feeling blue

Still Feeling Blue
Written byGram Parsons
Performed byElvis Costello
Produced byElvis Costello
MusiciansElvis Costello - vocals, guitar, piano
Paul "Bassman" Riley - bass
Pete Thomas - drums
RecordedOctober 2, 1992, Pete Thomas' Studio, London
ReleasedAugust 3, 2004
AlbumsKojak Variety (Rhino/Edsel edition), 2004
Length2:20

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