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Written by Jack Charles (words) / Jack Charles and Marv Ross (music)
[with special thanks to Larry Butler]
Standing in your doorway
Nothing much to see
Remember conversations
Between you and me
Forgot about the feeling
Forgot about the pain
Forgot about the hopeful nights
Calling again
Just a victim of the moment-
Nobody's fault, nobody fooled
Ah, it's funny how things seem to slip away
From me and you...so I keep going
From eye to eye
Face to face
Moving oh so fast
Never getting any place
I keep going
Eye to eye
And face to face
Will I ever find you, will I ever find you?
Looking in a window
Nothing much to do
Almost feeling humble
Needing you
Most of my embraces
Don't hold on so tight
But after all, if I don't try
What will feel right?
Yes, it has to make me wonder-
I'm so alone and yet so free
Ah, it's funny how things seem to slip away
From you and me - still I keep going
From eye to eye
Face to face
Moving oh so fast
Never getting any place
I keep going
Eye to eye
And face to face
Will I ever find you, will I ever find you



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