"Eyes on the Ground" as written by and Michael Connell Stephen Potak....
Words and Music: Doug MacMillan
Really ought to check the hair.
Or maybe you don't care.
Here it comes from the side.
You could see it if you tried.
Ought to check your shoes.
Hey, how about the shoes.
Here they come from the glass,
That you walk by extra fast.
Don't you know that,
You need it sometimes.
Why not go and stare it down?
It's better to see it all as someone,
Who keeps his eyes on the ground.
Nearly bought it all today, like every other day.
Seeing everything so clear, watch out for that...
There's always something that almost turns you 'round.
Don't you know that,
You need it sometimes.
Why not go and stare it down?
It's better to see it all as someone
Who keeps his eyes on the ground.
Don't fail me now, don't forget how,
Don't believe it, leave it
Donna get it gonna see.



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"Eyes on the Ground" as written by Douglas Macmillan David Connell

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