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Written by Dan Peek, ©1977
Found on Harbor.

These brown eyes of mine
They've been doin' some powerful cryin'
Thinkin' 'bout all those years
That always bring back the tears

Winter's come and gone
And I've been left alone
Now I'm here home with you (I'm here home with you)
I do all the things that you do

Then I stop and I look around
I never know if my feet touch the ground
But oh, baby, I know you're right

Seems like a long, long time
Since I've held you in these arms of mine
Thinkin' 'bout all those years (Thinkin' 'bout all those years)
That always bring back the tears

The winter's come and gone
And I've been left all alone
But, oh, baby, I know you're right

And now that you're far away
I think of your love
And I'm praying that you're still mine

These brown eyes of mine
They've been doin' some powerful cryin'
Thinkin' 'bout all those years (Thinkin' 'bout all those years)
That always bring back the tears

Then I stop and I look around
I never know if my feet touch the ground
But oh, baby, I know you're right
Baby, I know you're right
Baby, I know you're right



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