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A Little More Blue

This song is by Caetano Veloso and appears on the album Caetano Veloso (1971).


One day I had to leave my country
Calm beach and palm tree
That day I couldn't even cry
And I forgot that outside there would be other men

But today, but today, but today, I don't know why
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then

The day Carmen Miranda died
They put a photograph in the magazine
Her dead mouth with red lipstick smiled
And people cried, I was about ten

But today, but today, but today, I don't know why
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then

One morning they came to take me to jail
I smiled at them and said: "All right!"
But alone in that same night
I cried and cried again

But today, but today, but today, I don't know why
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then

One night I saw a Mexican film
These twin brothers tryed to kill each other
She opened her arms and got two bullets
And died sweetly without a sigh

But tonight, but tonight, but tonight, I don't know why
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then

One day I went down to the underground
But I missed the last train
And now that I'm just looking around
I feel a little more blue than then

Look around, look around, look around, I don't know why
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then

I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then

I feel a little more blue than then
Little more blue than then
Little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then
I feel a little more blue than then ...

Written by:

Caetano Veloso

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