"Uncle Albert's Eyes (Chapter 13)" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton, Michael Anthony Sadler and James Gerad Gilmour....
See the man sitting in the corner feeling humble
Can't you see the tears in Uncle Albert's eyes
Says the words again and again
Says he's coming but he doesn't know when
So get ready for a big surprise
Says the word and everybody starts to crumble
Don't you know he's got the gift of second sight
We all have heard the calling
You know I know you now
It's all in Uncle Albert's eyes
It's all in Uncle Albert's eyes
In Uncle Albert's eyes
All alone thinking about the resurrection
Don't you think it's time that everybody knew
We read the news but we all forgot
Now the Garden of Eden was a parking lot
I think it's time for a new direction
It's all in Uncle Albert's eyes
It's all in Uncle Albert's eyes
In Uncle Albert's eyes
See the man sitting in the corner feeling humble
He may fool you now but he could never lie
It's all in Uncle Albert's eyes
It's all in Uncle Albert's eyes
It's all in Uncle Albert's eyes
It's all in Uncle Albert's eyes
In Uncle Albert's eyes


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"Uncle Albert's Eyes (Chapter 13)" as written by James Crichton Ian Crichton

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