"Blind Eye" as written by and Ken Hensley....
Stranger than the sunrise
Darker than the night
Fiercer than a rainstorm
This is man's delight
This is man's delight

Weaker than a moment
And hot as any fire
Blinder than the blind eye
This is man's desire
This is man's desire

I ran to a place in the open sea
Where I pledged
My life to the sun
It was good for a while
I could laugh, I could smile
But when I woke up one day
The sun had gone

So what of my meaning
What am I trying to say
What of my caution
I'm a man anyway
I'm a man anyway


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"Blind Eye" as written by Ken Hensley

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    General CommentI think he's pledging his love to someone, and even when everything seemed great, the sun (is love) left him. And in the end he doesn't know how to heed caution to others since he can't even make anything of the situation himself.
    FrengerLovelyon July 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commentgreat song.one of my favorite fr.D.Byron's era.Oh,it's so true.Blinder than a blind eye.i've been in the same trouble.i like this unusual bass lines n vocal harmony.
    russianseekeron March 13, 2009   Link

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