THE LITTLE BLUE MAN
(unknown)
BETTY JOHNSON (Atlantic 1169, 1958)

One morning when I was out shopping
Though you'll find it hard to believe
A little blue man came out of the crowd
And timidly tugged at my sleeve

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I wuv you, I wuv you, said the little blue man
I wuv you, I wuv you to bits.
I wuv you, he loved me said the little blue man
And scared me right out of my wits

I hurried back to my apartment
I rushed in and I closed the door
But there on the desk stood the little blue man
Who started to tell me once more

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For weeks after that I was haunted
Though no one could see him but me
Right by my side was the little blue man
Wherever I happened to be
(I wuv you!)

One evening in wild desperation
I rushed to a rooftop in town
And over the side pushed the little blue man
Who sang to me all the way down

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I whispered, thank goodness that's over
I smiled as I hurried outside
But there on the street stood the little blue man
Who said with a tear in his eye

I don't wuv you anymore!