"Irish Eyes" as written by Brian Mcternan, James Buddy Nielsen, Daniel Gerard Trapp, Garrett Michael Zablocki and Jason Black....
My Irish eyes look out at the Atlantic
I think I drink enough to probably drain it
Then I could walk to Spain through valleys that were once full
And face each day like a ballet with a bull

The storm hangs like an axe over my head
The longer I wait, the more it spreads
Like wildfire through the hills of confidence
The sun shines but there's sirens in my head

Stars remind me that
Light shines from the past

I'm so afraid that I'll have to face myself
Even though I know that self reflection helps
It's so easy to judge everyone but yourself
I push away any good thing that I've felt

I've got to lose it all, if I want anything
I've got to lose it all, if I want to be free

The storm hangs like an axe over my head
The longer I wait the more it spreads
Like wildfire through the hills of confidence
The sun shines but there's sirens in my head

I've got to lose it all, if I want anything
I've got to lose it all, if I want to be free
Free

The storm came like an axe over my head
The longer I wait the worse it's death
Like wildfire through the hills of confidence
The sun shines but there's sirens in my head

I face each day with a grain of sand
I cannot lose what I've never had

Stars remind me that
Light shines from the past


Lyrics submitted by SoulReaver93

"Irish Eyes" as written by Buddy James Nielsen Garrett Zablocki

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