The Glory

Album: Something Else (2017)
  • Could you come over?
    Could you come over?
    I'm feeling blue
    What will you do?
    If you could come over
    You could come over
    I'm feeling bad
    I'm feeling sad

    Then I see the rose
    I see the glory in your eyes
    And winter comes and then it snows
    I see the glory in your eyes
    I'm feeling lost
    I see the rose
    I see the glory in your eyes
    And winter comes and then it snows
    I see the glory in your eyes
    In your eyes
    In your eyes
    In your eyes
    In your eyes

    Do you remember?
    Late in September
    The banshee cry
    When someone dies
    Sleeping in silence
    While I am dreaming
    It's all in my mind
    The beauty I find

    Lost I see the rose
    I see the glory in your eyes
    And winter comes and then it snows
    I see the glory in your eyes
    I'm feeling lost
    I see the rose
    I see the glory in your eyes
    And winter comes and then it snows
    I see the glory in your eyes
    In your eyes
    In your eyes
    In your eyes
    In your eyes Writer/s: Noel Anthony Hogan, Dolores Mary O'Riordan
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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