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Del McCoury – Eyes That Won't Meet Mine lyrics

They say a picture's worth a thousand words
Tonight your silence speaks a thousand pictures
I won't say that you lied to me
We all lie to ourselves, I don't give lectures

Chorus:
Just look at me
Don't try to protect me
I need an answer
Not a Valentine
Look at me
I'll find the truth there written
Written in the eyes
In the eyes that won't meet mine

I know you mean well but my life has been hell
Wondering if the sky is finally falling
You know I love you but there ain't much of you left
For me you here somewhere else a callin'

So let's put all the cards on the table tonight
Have some faith that no truth is past forgiving
I might be stronger than you think
I might not drive myself to drink
Who knows I might even go on living



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