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Andrew Lloyd Webber – Come Back With The Same Look In Your Eyes lyrics

I will see you in a week or two... It's late, you better get going. Take care of yourself and call anytime, you feel, that you're missing me! I can only say what I always say at these good-byes: Come back with the same look in your eyes!

I know, you've got your work to do and I know how much you love me. But sometimes a friendly face can look good to you on a lonely night... If there comes a time, just remember, I'm the kind that cries: Come back with the same look in your eyes!

Everything, we want, we find in each other. We would be fools to let love slip away. Everything's so right, I'm scared that we might lose it one day. We could never keep things from one another, you know all the feelings that are in my heart. It's not easy, it's not easy when you have to be apart.

So I'll see you in a week or two... It's late, you better get going. You think that by now we know how to handle this but we never will. When you are away, everyday I pray that nothing dies and you'll come back with the same look in your eyes.



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