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Songs with the word BLUE in the title (with youtube links)

Updated on November 29, 2012

Was driving home from work the other night, and Foreigner's "Blue Morning, Blue Day" came on the air, and I started thinking of all the songs I knew with the word BLUE in the title. As i got into it, I realized I had a lot, and as I kept doing other things, like working, other songs popped into my head, so I had to keep my notebook with me at all times to keep track of them.

Well, without further ado, here is a list of all of the songs that I remember with the word BLUE in them. And that doesn't go for plurals or songs about the blues. Different vibe there.

"Blue" by Lee Ann Rimes.

"Song Sung Blue" by Neil Diamond.

"Blue Hawaii" by Elvis Presley.

"Barefoot Blue Jean Night" by Jake Owen. (I hate this damned song, but I hear it every day at work.)

"Forever in Blue Jeans" by Neil Diamond.

"Mr. Blue Sky" by Electric Light Orchestra.

"Rat Bat Blue" by Deep Purple. (One of their underrated tracks.)

"Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" by Crystal Gayle.

"Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On" by Conway Twitty, Sammy Kershaw, and Mel McDaniel.

"Bluer Than Blue" by Michael Johnson.

"Blue Christmas" by everybody, but Elvis Presley's version is the best.

"Crystal Blue Persuasion" by Tommy James and the Shondells.

"Blue Morning, Blue Day" by Foreigner.

"Blue Eyes Cryin' in the Rain" by Roy Acuff, Hank Williams Sr., and Willie Nelson. This is a clip of Willie doing it:

"Blue Velvet" by Bobby Vinton.

"Behind Blue Eyes" by the Who.

"Red Roses for a Blue Lady" by Wayne Newton and Vic Dana.

"Am i Blue?" by a lot of people but Ethel Waters version is the best.

"Blue Suede Shoes" by Carl Perkins and Elvis did his version. This is Carl's version:

"Moody Blue" by Elvis Presley.

"Tangled Up In Blue" by Bob Dylan.

"Blue Moon" by everybody, but the version I remember is the doo-wop version from the Marcels. .

"Blue Moon of Kentucky" by Bill Monroe, and it was one of Elvis Presley's earliest hits in the South. I also found an excellent version by Patsy Cline on youtube. Monroe's version:

"Blue Monday" by Fats Domino.

"Blue Money" by Van Morrison.

Whew! That's enough for today. Think I'll go have a blueberry energy bar,...


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