Lock the car
The front of your house
Still can’t get out
Weary eyes
Roll the window
From the street below
You’re standing there
Weary eyes
Now I’ve been around
Someone fell to the ground
And their daughter’s home
Weary eyes
But you cleaned up nice
And I hope it works out
Is your daughter well?
Weary eyes

Comes straight into your bones
When winter comes, to wreck your heart
All that she lacks strength
Don’t mean anything
When you’re world is freezing and covered in ice
Weary eyes, weary eyes

Remember that summer
When the boss sang along
We stumbled home
Weary eyes
We lay on the roof
Drank wine and we proved
We can fix ourselves
Weary eyes
I’m in front of your house
Would you please come back
Standing in my coat
Weary eyes
I’m in front of your house
With the radio loud
And the dinner smoked
Weary eyes

Comes straight into your bones
When winter comes, to wreck your heart
All that she lacks strength
Don’t mean anything
When you’re world is freezing and covered in ice
Weary eyes, weary eyes

*Ooooh
*Ooooh
They’re still weary eyes
*Ooooh
*Ooooh
They’re still weary eyes
*Ooooh
*Ooooh
They’re still weary eyes


Lyrics submitted by colmar

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