I Saw The Light

Album: Wynonna (1992)
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  • I laid a red rose on your front porch
    Wrote "I love you" on a note
    I rang the doorbell and turned to go
    Baby when the curtains moved
    I couldn't believe the view

    I saw the light in your window tonight
    I saw two shadows holding each other tight
    I know the truth when I look in your eyes
    I saw the light in your window tonight

    So take your cheating hands off my red dress
    'Cause I ain't wearing this thing for you
    I see you clearly now, and your lies too
    They say that love is blind
    Well, baby, not this time

    I saw the light in your window tonight
    I saw two shadows holding each other tight
    I know the truth when I look in your eyes
    I saw the light in your window tonight

    Why, baby, why (why, baby, why)
    Should I listen to ya
    Cry, baby, cry (cry, baby, cry)
    Now I'm walking out the door

    They say that love is blind
    Well, baby, not this time (I saw the light, I saw the light, I saw the light)

    I saw the light in your window tonight
    I saw two shadows holding each other tight
    I know the truth when I look in your eyes
    I saw the light in your window tonight

    I know the truth when I look in your eyes
    I saw the light in your window tonight Writer/s: Andrew M. Gold, Lisa Angelle
    Publisher: GREAT EASTERN MUSIC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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