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The Moon Just Turned Blue

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  1. The Moon Just Turned Blue. 3, 38 2. more tracks from the album Mr. Bojangles #2. The Moon Just Turned Blue #3. Dance Little Jean #4. Make a Little Magic #5. Shot Full of Love #6. An American Dream #8. Teardrops In My Eyes #9. Rocky Top # Bayou Jubilee # The Battle of New Orleans.
  2. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Lyrics. "The Moon Just Turned Blue". Hang up the phone, lose my number leave me alone so I can cry. Don't touch my heart anymore, it's broken and sore. And the moon just turned blue goodbye goodbye.
  3. Lyrics to 'The Moon Just Turned Blue' by J.D. Souther. Hang up the phone, and lose my number Leave me alone so I can cry Don't touch my heart anymore It's broken and sore And the moon just turned blue J.D. Souther - The Moon Just Turned Blue Lyrics | MetroLyrics.
  4. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band – The Moon Just Turned Blue Lyrics Hang up the phone, lose my number leave me alone so I can cry Don't touch my heart anymore, it's broken and sore And the moon just turned blue goodbye goodbye.
  5. And the moon just turned blue Goodbye, goodbye I said the moon just turned blue I was lookin' right at you Lookin' sweet and baby blue And shy, oh Lord I got me thinking, baby, such a fancy lady She might be tellin' mighty fancy lies So count me out of your triangle I'm number three and honey I can't pretend I don't need heartache at all My.
  6. And the moon just turned blue Goodbye, goodbye Go back to town with your old boyfriend He'll take you home And I know why, that it's only fair I guess And my heart won't die from this But the moon just turned blue Goodbye, goodbye Little darlin' the moon just turned blue I was lookin' right at you/10(2).
  7. The Moon Just Turned Blue Lyrics: Hang up the phone, and lose my number / Leave me alone so I can cry / Don't touch my heart anymore / It's broken and sore / And the moon just turned blue.
  8. Sep 12,  · The Moon Just Turned Blue – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Duration: abaldguycreation 3, views. Old Grey Whistle Test-John David Souther from 24/4/73 - Duration:

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