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Emotion eyes
Luther Vandross and Hubert Eaves, iii
(album: never let me go - 1993)

Tears on your pillow, that's evidence
Crying all night, it don't make no sense
Never know what to do, so the tears come out
I used to wonder what this thing was all about

You're so sensitive
So willing to give
Girl, you're just a cutie, yeah yeah
But everything hits your tender spot
I think I see just what you've got

Chorus:
Emotion eyes see what they wann see
They just won't let it be
There's always somethnig goin' on

Emotion eyes, can't seem to be without
Something to cry about
They just get so emtional

My, oh, mercy me, just what do you see
Nothing stops those tears from coming
What's the matter chile, don't you ever smile
Watching you is really something

You don't need to struggle with you badness
'Cause you're the baddest girl there'll ever be
You've got to learn to compromise
You've got to dry your weeping eyes
Watch what you see with those...

Repeat Chorus

You don't need to struggle with your badness
You're just the baddest girl there'll ever be
You've got to learn to compromise
You've got to dry your weeping eyes
Watch what you do with those

Repeat Chorus

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