Keep Your Eyes on Me

Album: The Shack (2016)
  • Ain't it just like a tear
    To go and blur out everything
    Ain't just like glass
    To fall and break so easily
    Ain't it just like love
    To leave a mark on the skin and underneath
    Yeah, when the pain goes and shadows everything

    Keep your eyes on me
    Keep your eyes on me
    When it hurts too much to see
    Keep your eyes on me

    Ain't it the sinner
    Who gets all the grace sometimes
    Ain't it the saint
    Who picks up the pieces left behind
    Yeah, and it's human to hurt the one
    You hurt the one you love the most
    And you can't find the sun

    Keep your eyes on me
    When you're lost in the dark
    Keep your eyes on me
    When the light in your heart is
    Too burned out to see
    Keep your eyes on me

    You swear you're all alone sometimes
    Keep your eyes on me
    And you can't find your way home sometimes
    Keep your eyes on me
    Keep your eyes on me

    Keep your eyes on me
    Keep your eyes on me
    Keep your eyes on me
    Keep your eyes on me
    Keep your eyes on me

    When you're lost in the dark
    Keep your eyes on me
    When the light in your heart is
    Keep your eyes on me
    Keep your eyes on me

    Keep your eyes on me
    Keep your eyes on meWriter/s: FAITH P. HILL, LORI MCKENNA, SHANE L. MCANALLY, TIM MCGRAW
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC, CYPMP
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