There's a small patch of grass
On the edge of this town
Where we'd sit
And share our fears

Where our youthful existence
Was perfectly framed
By an elderly man's
Brown picket fence

And my eyes were locked on to your
eyes
While your eyes were lost in the sky
But your hand kept close to
mine
Most of the time

And every time that you cried
I'd say, "It's alright"
Every time that you cried
I'd say, "It's alright"
Cause I'm by your side
It's alright
I'm by your side

There was a hole in my heart
'Bout the size of a dime
But you filled it
'Cause you're here

Now our loving embraces
Are carefully kept
In a frame on a wall
By you mother's favorite mirror

And in it your eyes are locked on to my eyes
And my eyes are lost in yours
And our fingers are intertwined
For all of time

Now every time that I cry
You say, "It's alright"
Every time that I cry
You say, "It's alright"
'Cause you're by my side
It's alright
You're by my side


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