Michael Dyer
YOUR EYES I'VE LOOKED INTO
By: Michael Dyer
Catalog ID: 288171   Duration: 3:17   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 102   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Rock Music | Melodic Rock
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I wrote this song when I lived in a geodesic dome and had to leave my girlfriend for a while so this song is about leaving but promising to return.   Keywords: Dome, Ocean, Foam, Rocks, Paper, Embers, Gone



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Lyrics:
YOUR EYES I’VE LOOKED INTO
Michael Dyer
© 2006 

I, have learned a lot about you.
Cannot live without you, 
when it’s time to go.

Gold, glowing from the cave in. 
Remember when you gave in,
your loving face  you showed?

So hold on. I won’t be gone long, from you. 
Your eyes I’ve looked into.

A dome, waiting for December and the cooling embers 
lying in their glow.

A home, each can share the other’s.
No need to recover the want that we all know.

So hold on. I won’t be gone long, from you.
Your eyes I’ve looked into.

This song, I wrote on scraps of paper,
and on the wind and, maybe later, 
in the ocean sandy foam.

How wrong, of the stars to be deceiving, 
when the rocks hold to believing,
that to me you still belong.

So hold on. I won’t be gone long, from you, 
Your eyes I’ve looked into.
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