Seeing Blind

  • I have seen, seen it all in paper dreams
    Watched it unfold on the screen
    But I never understood
    I have heard, have heard you speak a million words
    Now you're talking to me first
    Never thought you would

    Oh, my, my, you just took me by surprise
    And I can't believe my eyes
    Oh, I must be seeing blind
    Oh no, now you're too good to be all mine
    Now I'm looking in your eyes
    Oh, I must be seeing blind

    When I was young, my heart was always on the run
    But you make lovin' fun
    I never knew it could be
    I see you from a different point of view
    I feel it's too good to be true
    I found my missing piece

    Oh, my, my, you just took me by surprise
    And I can't believe my eyes
    Oh, I must be seeing blind
    Oh no, now you're too good to be all mine
    Now I'm looking in your eyes
    Oh, I must be seeing blind

    Oh no

    Oh, my, my
    When I look into your eyes
    It's a sight I can't describe
    Oh I must be seeing blind

    Oh, my, my, you just took me by surprise
    And I can't believe my eyes
    Oh, I must be seeing blind
    Oh no, now you're too good to be all mine
    Now I'm looking in your eyes
    Oh, I must be seeing blind

    Oh, I must be seeing blindWriter/s: MATTHEW SMITH RADOSEVICH, NIALL HORAN, RUTH ANNE CUNNINGHAM
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Downtown Music Publishing, CYPMP
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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