"They Say Love Is Blind" as written by Kerry Kurt Phillips, Shane Teeters and Rachel C. Proctor....
A little book store on a side street
I thought sure that I'd be safe
But there you were, there with her
Buying books on some romantic place

What you see in her is such a mystery to me
I hid behind my coffee cup and prayed that you would leave
I thought that I would die when I saw her kissin' you
They say, love is blind, I wish I were too

It's a small town an' word gets around
I wish you knew what everybody knows
And I keep hopin', some day you'll open
Up your eyes and let her go

She don't love you, you're just her flavor of the week
She plays with hearts but she don't play for keeps
It hurts me to watch her make a fool of you
They say, love is blind, I wish I were too

Every time I see an old Dodge truck
Or an old photograph of us
Every time I drive down by the lake
I fall into yesterday

I wish somehow that I could have you back in my life
And at the same time, I just wish that you would stay out of my sight
Cause I can see it's over, oh but I can't face the truth
They say, love is blind, I wish I were too
Oh, I wish I were too

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"They Say Love Is Blind" as written by Rachel C. Proctor Kerry Kurt Phillips

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