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Zak Claxton – Lines On Your Eyes lyrics

He sees her run away
He starts to follow but his feet are chained down to the ground
Make no mistake my friend, you'll be free again, free again

She wanders down the road
She stops to gently pull a flower petal from a stem.
Thorns all around her but she'll be free again, free again

The moon is bright tonight, it leaves lines on your eyes
Yeah, not a cloud in the sky, to keep those lines from your eyes

He puts his arms behind his head and tries to relax
He lays down in the grass
He's now beside himself, he'll be free again, free again

The moon is bright tonight, it leaves lines on your eyes
Yeah, not a cloud in the sky, to keep those lines from your eyes

She closes doors to empty rooms, still wonders what's inside
She never let 'em see her cry
She's trapped inside herself, she'll be free again, free again

The moon is bright tonight, it leaves lines on your eyes
Yeah, not a cloud in the sky, to keep those lines from your eyes

The moon is bright tonight, it leaves lines on your eyes
Yeah, not a cloud in the sky, to keep those lines from your eyes



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