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Edith Frost – Thine Eyes lyrics

Oh, you're back again
And it's like you never went back home
I never knew
About the moon until they went there

Give me a sign (tonight)
Give me some words to go by
Give me a lie (to write)
Don't wanna look in thine eyes

Others lovers disappear
And others lovers stayin'
Others lovers had their year
No matter what they're sayin'
Still don't feel like I've tried enough

So, you never know
When the smoke might blow around your way
Oh it's hard to say
How they're gonna read the ashes anyway

Give me a sign (tonight)
Give me some words to go by
Give me a lie (to write)
Don't wanna look in thine eyes

Others lovers disappear
And others lovers stayin'
Others lovers had their year
No matter what they're sayin'
Still don't feel like I've tried enough



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