The Little Blue Man

Lyrics

One morning when I was out shopping,
Though you'll find it hard to believe,
A little blue man came out of the crowd
And timidly tugged at my sleeve.

"I wuv you! I wuv you!' said the little blue man.
"I wuv you, I wuv you to bits!"
"I wuv you!' He loved me said the little blue man,
And scared me right out of my wits!

I hurried back to my apartment;
I rushed in and I closed the door.
But there on the desk stood the little blue man
Who started to tell me once more:

"I wuv you! I wuv you!' said the little blue man.
"I wuv you, I wuv you to bits!"
"I wuv you!' He loved me said the little blue man,
And scared me right out of my wits!

For weeks after that I was haunted,
Though no one could see him but me.
Right by my side was the little blue man
Wherever I happened to be!

"I wuv you! I wuv you!' said the little blue man.
"I wuv you, I wuv you to bits!"
"I wuv you!' He loved me said the little blue man,
And scared me right out of my wits!

One evening in wild desperation,
I rushed to a rooftop in town,
And over the side pushed the little blue man
Who sang to me all the way down!

"I wuv you! I wuv you!' said the little blue man.
"I wuv you, I wuv you to bits!"
"I wuv you!' He loved me said the little blue man,
And scared me right out of my wits!

I whispered: "thank goodness that's over".
I smiled as I hurried outside.
But there on the street stood the little blue man
Who said with a tear in his eye:
"I don't wuv you anymore!'.

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Information About The Little Blue Man

It was sung by Doris Day who also made "Que sera sera" famous (from the movie "The Man Who Knew Too Much" with Cary Grant).

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Wen Boling, st. Louis

22 May 2015 at 11:57pm

Omgosh. I have been searching for the recording of little blue man. Everyone is wrong from what I remember. ... I am glad to see I am not the only one

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Amanda F, Lenexa, KS

11 August 2014 at 6:41pm

My Dad used to sing this to me and my sister when we were little. It was my favorite song that he would sing. I always had him sing this for me, even as i grew up. He would sing the Doris Day version. It was slightly different than Petula or Betty's. I am 31 now, my dad passed away a year ago next week and I miss hearing him sing this so much. I got a tattoo of how I pictured the Little Blue Man in memory of him.

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K. White, Australia

11 June 2014 at 11:03pm

I remember a funny little English guy used to sing this on TV in the 60's. I can't for the life of me remember his name. Anyone out there remember him?

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Patrick, United States

1 October 2012 at 10:51pm

My wife has had me chasing this song for years. Here is what i found. Little Blue Man by Petula Clark or/and Betty Johnson. But My wife says these 2 versions are not the one on the radio back in the 50/60. I assume the above is correct and was Doris Day and to this day, have not been able to find the recording.

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Joan, United States

14 March 2011 at 9:43pm

Where can I get a copy of the song "The Little Blue Man" by either Doris Day or Petula Clark?

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K Johnson, United States

21 February 2011 at 6:53pm

My mom used to sing this song to me when I was a little girl. I had really bad asthma so I was sick a lot. As she would stroke my hair she would sing this to me. Now, I sing it to my boys and they LOVE it!

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