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Don Dixon – Renaissance Eyes lyrics

Are you alone, Renaissance Eyes?
I once had my whole family stolen from me, Renaissance Eyes
Is that your car, Renaissance Eyes?
Have you ever taken dancing lessons, Renaissance Eyes?
Dress you in a fashion, undress you with a passion
Though the vision haunts you, I'm the one who wants you to love me with those eyes
Love me with those eyes

Is that you car, Renaissance Eyes?
I once had a car but it was stolen, Renaissance Eyes
Tell me you name, Renaissance Eyes
Do you ever think about the future, Renaissance Eyes?
Dress you in a fashion, undress you with a passion
Though the vision haunts you, I said, I'm the one who wants you to love me with those eyes
Love me with those eyes
Love me with those eyes

Tell me you name, Renaissance Eyes
I would steal a Cadillac to touch you, Renaissance Eyes
Are you afraid, Renaissance Eyes?
I am too afraid to ever meet you, Renaissance Eyes
Dress you in a fashion, undress you with a passion
Though the vision haunts you, I'm the one who wants you to love me with those eyes
Love me, love me with those eyes
You gotta love, love, love me with those eyes
Love me with those eyes

Love me with those eyes



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