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I can hear you cry at night
I know you’re in love
Brow-beaten weathered by the storm
Lingering words, lingering sighs from your mouth
The sound of all that we’ve spun

I can hear you cry at night
I know you’re in love
The foolish hour that we weep
And as the silence breaks your heart begins to melt
As it bleeds upon the wind

I can see it in your eyes
I can see it in your eyes
I can see it in your eyes and you don’t fool me

I can hear you cry at night
I know you’re in love
You walk towards me with a cautious lie
Silence speaks for you my love
The moment reaches through this time
And as you lift your face to reach mine
The telling shape of your mind

I can see it in your eyes
I can see it in your eyes
I can see it in your eyes and you don’t fool me

Hold me close the moment must be taken
Speak the words that fall upon your heart



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