I Guess That's Why They Call It the Blues" is a song by English singer Elton John, with music by John and Davey Johnstone and lyrics by Bernie Taupin. In the United States, it became one of John's biggest hits of the 1980s, holding at for four weeks on the Adult Contemporary chart, and reaching on the Billboard Hot 100. The song features Stevie Wonder on harmonica
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And I mean actual slices of lemon, not lemon flavored coke. That's the only way I'll drink it. I live in the southern US and people look at me strangely when I ask. This is also the same place people put peanuts in their Cokes. I'm from Missouri and I've never seen coke served with lemon. but you can request a lemon slice be added to any drink at McDonald's.
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That's Why" can refer to the following: That's Why (album), a 2008 album by Craig Morgan, and the title song. That's Why", a 1991 single by The Party, from the album The Party. That's Why (I Love You So)", a 1959 single by Jackie Wilson. That's Why (You Go Away)", a 1995 single by Danish band Michael Learns to Rock. That Is Why", a 1990 single by the band Jellyfish.
I'd like to think that I'd lay down my life for my children, but until you're faced with the reality, it's kind of a moot point. Rambling, I know, but relative nonetheless. The Too Low For Zero album has special meaning for Elton, as it reunited him with Taupin and is also where he met his first spouse, Renate Blauel, who was an engineer on the sessions.
Reff: C I won't forget D G the way you're kissing Am the feeling's so strong D G were lasting for so long C nut I'm not the man D Em your heart is missing Am D G that's why you go away I know. Am D You were never satisfied G no matter how I tried Am B7 Em now you wanna say goodbye to me Am D love is one big illusion B7/D Em I should try to forget Am D G but there is something left in my head.
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