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George Jones – I Can Still See Him In Your Eyes lyrics

We were sitting at the table and we saw your old flame
You grew restless as he passed by
Though you say you can hardly remember his name
I can still see him in your eyes.

Oh, when you whisper sweet words to me
I don't hear them for I realize
Should our love grow dim you'd go back to him
I can still see him in your eyes.

Though you say, all over between you and him
And it's only me you idolize
Then why is it when you see him enter the room
I can still see him in your eyes.

Oh, when you whisper sweet words to me
I don't hear them for I reply
It's just a matter of time till you leave me behind
I can still see him your eyes.

I can still see him in your eyes...



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