Lonely Blue Dreams-Roy Rouse vocal

Story Behind The Song

Roy Orbison was once asked during an interview if he ever considered writing a song entitled "Lonely Blue Dreams". as most of his songs contained at least one of these words. Well, he never got the chance to write it, so we did. Roy Rouse is a seasoned professional who continues to perform to sold out crowds locally in Michigan.

Song Length 3:04 Genre Rock - Classic, Country - Rock
Tempo Medium (111 - 130) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Mood Pleasant Subject Loneliness, Heartbreak
Similar Artists Roy Orbison, Elvis Presley Language English
Era 1960 - 1969

Lyrics

Maybe it's easy to Forget
Things I can't get off my mind
Maybe you can stand back and let
All of our Future Fall Behind
Maybe it's better for us Both
To only be Seen
In the Darkness of
Those Lonely Blue Dreams
When I Close My Eyes
When I Close My Eyes
My Heart Quivers Now
Just from the Touch
Of Those Lonely Blue Dreams
Those Lonely Blue Dreams
That Mean So Much
Love is Filled with Emptiness
If Memory is all that's there
I'm Living From Breath to Breath
I Cross my path of falling tears
Now it's better for us Both
To Only Be Seen
In the Darkness of
Those Lonely Blue Dreams
The Gentle Night
Is Not the Same
My Heart alone
Is It to Blame
When the sundown starts to set
On Love Abandon Far Behind
When directions lead us to this point
Perhaps the two of us Are Blind
Now it's better for us Both
To Only Be Seen
In the Darkness of
Those Lonely Blue Dreams
When I Close My Eyes
When I Close My Eyes
My Heart Quivers Now
Just from the Touch
Of Those Lonely Blue Dreams
Those Lonely Blue Dreams
That Mean So Much
So Much
So Much

Lyrics N/A Music Lenny Kirschner
Producer Robert Burwell Publisher N/A
Performance Roy Rouse Label N/A
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