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Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes
Jim Ed Brown & The Browns

Don't let the stars get in your eyes
Don't let the moon break your heart
Love blooms at night in daylight it dies
Don't let the stars get in your eyes
Oh, keep your heart for me for someday
I'll return and you know
You're the only one I'll ever love

Too many moons (Too many moons)
Too many stars (Too many stars)
Too many nights to be alone
Please keep your heart while we are apart
Don't linger in the moonlight while I'm gone

Don't let the stars get in your eyes
Don't let the moon break your heart
Love blooms at night in daylight it dies
Don't let the stars get in your eyes
Oh, keep your heart for me for someday
I'll return and you know
You're the only one I'll ever love

--- Instrumental ---

Don't let the stars get in your eyes
Don't let the moon break your heart
The love blooms at night in the daylight it dies
Don't let the stars get in your eyes
Oh keep your heart for me for someday
I'll return and you know
You're the only one I'll ever love
You're the only one I'll ever love...



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