"Open Your Eyes" as written by Eric Roberson and Rich Harrison....
I can pray for your dreams
Even if that truly means
That if your dreams come true
That I will not be with you... Forever

If I have to understand that it is not in God's plans
For us to hold hands
A course I'm traveling... Together
I don't want to loose you
But you don't smile like you used to

(Chorus)
Open your eyes to see the future
Is open like my arms to you
I'm not too blind to see (I'm not too blind to see)
You no longer have me (longer have me)
So if I have to walk away to say I love you
Then that's what I'll do

I can see it in your eyes
You can no longer disguise
That something's gone wrong
And the feelings are now gone... from this venture
All of those warm kisses you once gave
They now feel like winter days
And snowflakes are fun
But they melt when the sun shines on them
I don't want to loose you
But you don't smile like you used to
My arms no longer soothe you
(chorus)

I can pray for your dreams
Even if that truly means
That if your dreams come true
That I will not be with you... Forever

I don't want to loose you
But you don't smile like you used to
My arms no longer soothe you
My words no longer move you
The kisses you once gave
They feel like winter days
And I love you so
I wont let you (I wont let you) go yes I will (go yes I will)
One day you'll smile
One day you'll be happy
Oh come on, oh come on, open your eyes
Oh come on, oh come on, open your eyes
You don't smile like you used to (You don't smile like you used to)
My arms no longer soothe you (My arms no longer soothe you)
My words no longer move you (My words no longer move you)

No, no, no, no
I don't want to loose you baby
More than you'll ever know


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