August 19, 2021

Where my eyes should go

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Rockport, Maine

Malcolm Brooks finds he cannot grasp beauty in its complexity and detail. Especially when the beauty lies in his beloved Barbara.

Lyrics

Caleb Edwards and Will Foote - Where My Eyes Should Go (Malcolm Brooks - Story Source) Chris Finn

Malcolm Brooks finds he cannot grasp beauty in its complexity and detail. Especially when the beauty lies in his beloved Barbara.

Lyrics:

When I walk into the room
I see the glorious rug from Persia
All the whorls and the swirls overwhelm me
It feels so beautiful to see
I never know, never know where my eyes should go

When I look out of the window
I see a million trees in sunshine
All the whorls and the swirls overwhelm me
It feels so beautiful to see
I never know, never know where my eyes should go

I keep thinking that when I see you
Things will be clear
You’re so good to me, I should feel at ease
But the truth is….

When I walk into the room
I see your face, your hair, your shoulders
And your hands, even they, overwhelm me You’re so beautiful to see
I never know, never know where my eyes should go

PERFORMED BY

PRODUCED BY

Alex Wilder, Malcolm Brooks

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