Dry eyes, roaring falls,
God knows I've travelled far, so far,
But this is where it ends
Found me, right about the time that I found you,
For once, I was doing something right
Night fell, you were asked.

Are you lost in paradise my love, or have you found a home?
It's an awfully lonely road to walk alone,
But as I searched your flashing indigo eyes, it echoed true
That I loved you,
That I loved you.

Dawn woke, I knew that it was time for my return,
But this time it will likely hurt as hell,
Sometimes way across the ocean on a far away shore,
We both stand and we both call, both call.

If you give love and live long, then you'll never be alone,
If you give love and live long, you you'll always have a home,
If you give love and live long, then you'll never be alone,
If you give love and live long, you you'll always have a home.

Are you lost in paradise my love, or have you found a home?
It's an awfully lonely road to walk alone,
But as I searched your flashing indigo eyes, it echoed true
That I loved you,
That I loved you.

We were lost in the fields trading tales of home,
But everyone knew that your gaze was my home,
We were lost in the fields trading tales of home,
But everyone knew that your gaze was my home.


Lyrics submitted by MCalladine

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    My InterpretationThis song tells a story. A love story that did not end on a good note.
    To the singer, he found home through the person's indigo eyes. His home is his lover. Even though he loved them, their indigo eyes will always be his home.
    john102108on February 10, 2017   Link
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    My InterpretationThis song tells a story. A love story that did not end on a good note.
    To the singer, he found home through the person's indigo eyes. His home is his lover. Even though he loved them, their indigo eyes will always be his home.
    john102108on February 10, 2017   Link

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