Somewhere Lost In The Blue

Without her, I'd grown older   far faster than grown wise -
Just worn a little closer to the bone;
I'd sailed to distant shores;   I'd slept on dusty floors;
I'd made my peace with goin' it alone.

Chorus:  She's a myth and a myst'ry to me,
       Entirely too good to be true;
       I look into her eyes -- I'm flying through the skies,
       Somewhere, lost in the blue.

She's softened me with laughter;  she's melted me with tears;
She's proved to me two hearts can beat as one;
And ev'ry now and then,  I won't say where or when,
I've seen her walking naked in the sun.

Chorus:  She's a myth and a myst'ry to me,
       Entirely too good to be true;
       I look into her eyes -- I'm flying through the skies,
       Somewhere, lost in the blue.

I'd no more miss her now    than I'd miss the morning sun,
Or moonlight, if the sun had never shone;
And I could rest my head    without her there in bed
As easily as sleep on broken stone.

Chorus:  She's a myth and a myst'ry to me,
       Entirely too good to be true;
       I look into her eyes -- I'm flying through the skies,
       Somewhere, lost in the blue.
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