Fresh Eyes

Album: The Good Parts (2016)
Charted: 50 59
  • I got these fresh eyes, never seen you before like this
    My God, you're beautiful
    It's like the first time when we open the door
    Before we got used to usual

    It might seem superficial, stereotypical, man
    You dress up just a little and I'm like, "Oh, damn"

    So suddenly I'm in love with a stranger
    I can't believe that she's mine
    Now all I see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes
    So suddenly I'm in love with a stranger
    I can't believe that she's mine, yeah
    And now all I see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes

    Appreciation, well, it comes and it goes
    But I, I'll ride that wave with you
    It's human nature to miss what's under your nose
    'Til you, 'til you remind a fool

    Maybe all of this is simple
    My heart's unconditional, yeah
    You dress up just a little and I'm like, "Oh, damn"

    So suddenly I'm in love with a stranger
    I can't believe that she's mine
    Now all I see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes
    So suddenly I'm in love with a stranger
    I can't believe that she's mine, yeah
    And now all I see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes

    If I could bottle this up, bottle, bottle this up, I would
    I would bottle this up, bottle, bottle this up, I would
    'Cause you're gorgeous in this moment
    If I could bottle this up, I would

    So suddenly I'm in love with a stranger
    I can't believe that she's mine
    Now all I see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes
    So suddenly I'm in love with a stranger
    I can't believe that she's mine, yeah
    And now all I see is you with fresh eyes, fresh eyes Writer/s: Ross Jacob Golan, Ian Kirkpatrick, Andrew Charles Grammer
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Rights Management
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