Jean Claude: Now Madame Blueberry was a sad little berry

She lived by herself in a house in a tree.

Her butlers would show up each morning at nine

They'd open the door to hear Madame whine.

 

Madame: I'm so blue-hoo-hoo

Blue-hoo-hoo

Blue-hoo-hoo hoo!

I'm so blue I don't know what to do!

 

Bob and Larry: She's so blue-hoo-hoo,

Blue-hoo-hoo

Blue-hoo-hoo hoo!

She's so blue she don't know what to do!

 

Jean Claude: Her butlers, whose names were Bob and Larry,

Would help her with chores in her house in a tree.

Bob would wash dishes for Larry to dry,

Madame would stack them and then start to cry.

 

Madame: I'm so blue-hoo-hoo

Blue-hoo-hoo

Blue-hoo-hoo hoo!

 

Bob and Larry: She's so blue she don't know what to do!

 

Madame: These dishes are faded, their edges are chipped!

This rose is on backward and this one is flipped!

These spoons are too tiny, these forks are no good!

These knives have gone dull and don't slice like they should!

 

Madame: My neighbors have nice things, I've seen them myself

In fact, I keep pictures up here on my shelf!

Look at this new flatware of Monsieur LaGoon's

And Monsieur DesPlanes has twelve Franklin mint spoons!

And Phillip Van Pea went and bought a new sink,

Why, he even has a disposal, I think!

And look at this crock pot of Madame Lacrosse's

And ceramic jars where she keeps all her sauces!

Nice sauces...

 

I'm so blue-hoo-hoo,

Blue-hoo-hoo

Blue-hoo-hoo hoo!

 

Bob and Larry: She's so blue she don't know what to do!

 

Madame: Just look at this sofa of Edward and Tammy's,

And lovely armoire where they keep all their jammies!

I really can't stand it, I think I may die!

Now where was that hanky? I'm going to cry!

Too late! Waaaah!

 

I'm so blue-hoo-hoo,

Blue-hoo-hoo

Blue-hoo-hoo hoo!

I'm so blue I don't know what to do!

 

Bob and Larry: She's so blue!

 

Madame: I'm so blue!

 

All: She's so blue-hoo-hoo hoo!

She's so blue she don't know what to do!