(words and music by Brian Kious and Randall Belt)
Suddenly she's standing there wearing cobalt blue,
and nothing seems more tragic, kind or true.
I know what you're saying, man, I've been there too.
Standing face-to-face with a girl wearing cobalt blue
And sometimes she's finer than amethyst
and sometimes she's finer than gold
but more times she's finer than war-torn oil
but nothing can touch her when she's wearing cobalt blue.
Then you see her there in her cobalt blue
running across the floor in her dancing shoes.
You can get next to her if you want but you'll only lose,
and your dreams will be haunted with the scenes of cobalt blue
Sometimes she's faster than aeroplanes
and sometimes she's hydrogen bombs
and sometimes she's higher than helicopters
but she's too fast for you and your beloved cobalt blue
(ad libs: "blue, cobalt blue"
underneath "she's cold, heart is froze, she's a stone cold,
she's so cold, froze, blue, she's golden too")
Sometimes she's finer than champagne
Yes and sometimes she's cheaper than beer.
But more times she's finer than Dom Parignon.
You can drink her up and still not get the cobalt blue
And suddenly she's standing there wearing cobalt blue
It seems unreal but she's looking right at you.
You don't need to show me, man, I can see her too.
She looks so fine wearing nothing but cobalt blue.
(C) (P) 2012 Randall Belt (ASCAP) and Brian Kious (ASCAP), Barleyfields Records (ASCAP)
Album - song notes:
On the lead vocal on this song is Brian Kious with Randy Belt singing the harmonies.
Randy is singing the lead vocals on the ad libs during the bridge. Ron Vogt played the drums on this track with Randy on the bass,
Brian on acoustic and electric rhythm guitar, Randy played the lead guitar parts. During live performances Emily is playing acoustic guitar,
Brian electric and Randy on the bass.
Who is the girt wearing Cobalt Blue? Who knows...