"Broken Eyes" as written by and Adam Hayworth Stephens....
Hey there girl with the broken eyes, ain't my love been true
Ain't no need to act surprised when it comes back to you
When it comes back to you

The wind blows high and the wind blows low, as long as I have known
Everything that blows away, soon is gonna come back home
Soon is gonna come back home

Standing there in your raven hair, acting like you don't know
Lips that launched a thousand ships, that's where my money goes
Where my money goes

I know they say I'll rue the day, I gave you a peice of my heart
It's do re mi, and dust to dust, things all fall apart
Things all fall apart

Hey there girl with the broken eyes, ain't my love been true
Ain't no need to act surprised when it comes back to you
When it comes back to you

The wind blows high and the wind blows low, as long as I have known
Everything that blows away, soon is gonna come back home
Soon is gonna come back home
Soon is gonna come back home
Soon is gonna come back home


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"Broken Eyes" as written by Adam Hayworth Stephens

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    Lyric Correctionon the album, the line "things all fall apart" is "soon we all must part".. im not sure if a live version is different. adam is known to have varying lyrics for the same song. Can't wait for The Bloom and The Blight Sept 4th!
    seekcoloron July 17, 2012   Link
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    General CommentIt reminds me of an old country ditty...I think it's about being out on the road, but wanting to be faithful that the relationship is going to last. It's the feeling when your in a relationship and you think it'll never end no matter where and with whom you're with, that person is always with you. He knows he'll be back home eventually, and even though he might regret these feelings in the future, this is his ode to his beautiful maiden.
    DunkingGalon August 11, 2012   Link

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