Your Eyes

Album: A Different Kind Of Fix (2011)
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  • Nod my head so dumb with love
    there's something else I'm dreaming of
    Shut my eyes pretend it's there
    keep me here, unaware
    I would promise all I could
    think about it afterward
    Humor me just think it through
    it's all I ever asked of you

    Coming back

    You come out and say the word
    quick how all the tables turned
    Hate that there's a space to fill
    always have and always will
    I'm there when your fingers snap
    it's not where we left it at
    I can see the love we trapped, coming back

    Along the barren streets we slide
    poke at any dirt we find
    Magnify for us to see
    then dig them up desperately
    I would promise all I could
    think about it afterward
    Humor me just think it through
    it's all I ever asked of you Writer/s: JACK WILLIAM THOMAS STEADMAN
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC
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