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George Strait performs "Baby Blue"

"Baby Blue" is a song written by Aaron Barker, and recorded by American country music artist George Strait. It was released in April 1988 as the second single from his album If You Ain't Lovin', You Ain't Livin'. It was a number-one hit in the United States, while it peaked at number 3 in Canada.

 

The narrator talks about a girl with baby blue eyes who had a profound impact on his life. She was in his life for a short time, but he still thinks of her often, especially when he sees the skies that her eyes matched in color. Though it has never been confirmed, it has long been thought that Strait sang this song for his daughter, Jennifer, who died at 13 in an automobile accident in San Marcos, Texas.

George Strait - Baby Blue Lyrics

 

She looked so much like a lady, but she was so much like a child.

A devil when she held me close, an angel when she smiled.

She always held it deep inside, but somehow I always knew

She's go away when the grass turned green

And the sky turned baby blue.

And baby blue was the color of her eyes.

Baby blue like the Colorado skies.

Like a breath of spring, she came and left,

And I still don't know why,

So here's to you and whoever holds my baby blue tonight.

She brought colors to my life that my eyes had never touched.

And when she taught me how to care, I never cared so much.

I try not to think of her, but I fall asleep and do,

And drift off where the grass is green and the sky is baby blue.

And baby blue was the color of her eyes.

Baby blue like the Colorado skies.

Like a breath of spring, she came and left,

And I still don't know why,

So here's to you and whoever holds my baby blue tonight.

And baby blue was the color of her eyes.

Baby blue like the Colorado skies.

Like a breath of spring, she came and left,

And I still don't know why,

So here's to you and whoever holds my baby blue tonight.



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