I Heard Love Is Blind

  • I couldn't resist him
    His eyes were like yours
    His hair was exactly the shade of brown
    He's just not as tall, but I couldn't tell
    It was dark and I was lying down

    You are everything he means nothing to me
    I can't even remember his name
    Why're you so upset?
    Baby, you weren't there and I was thinking of you when I came

    What do you expect?
    You left me here alone; I drank so much and needed to touch
    Don't overreact I pretended he was you
    You wouldn't want me to be lonely

    How can I put it so you understand?
    I didn't let him hold my hand
    But he looked like you I guess he looked like you
    No he wasn't you
    But you can still trust me, this ain't infidelity
    It's not cheating; you were on my mind

    Yes he looked like you
    But I heard love is blind Writer/s: AMY WINEHOUSE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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