Blood In My Eyes

Album: World Gone Wrong (1993)
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  • Woke up this morning, feeling blue
    Seen a good-lookin' girl, can I make love with you
    Hey, hey, babe, I got blood in my eyes for you
    Hey, hey, babe, I got blood in my eyes for you
    I got blood in my eyes for you, babe,
    I don't care what in the world you do

    I went back home, put on my tie
    Gonna get that girl that money that money will buy
    Hey, hey, babe, I got blood in my eyes for you
    Hey, hey, babe, I got blood in my eyes for you
    I got blood in my eyes for you, babe
    I don't care what in the world you do

    She looked at me, begin to smile
    Said, hey, hey, man, can't you wait a little while
    No, no, babe, I got blood in my eyes for you,
    No, no, babe, I got blood in my eyes for you
    Got blood in my eyes for you, babe
    I don't care what in the world you do

    No, no, ma'ma, I can't wait
    You got my money, now you're trying to break this date
    Hey, hey, babe, I got blood in my eyes for you
    Hey, hey, babe, I got blood in my eyes for you
    I got blood in my eyes for you, babe
    I don't care what in the world you do

    I tell you something, tell you the facts
    You don't want me, give my money back
    Hey, hey, babe, I got blood in my eyes for you
    Hey, hey, babe, I got blood in my eyes for you
    I got blood in my eyes for you, babe
    I don't care what in the world you do Writer/s: BOB DYLAN, TRADITIONAL
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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