"Where Eye Meets Eye" as written by and Simon Frank Grenehed Christian Thell Lindskog....
One glimpse of You and I shrink
The hand of shame squeezes my stomach
You don't really know me I allowed myself to think
One glimpse of You and I know it's not in your nature to turn your back
And I want to give You more than I have got
So tiny I'm almost disappearing in this world
You're holding in your hand
Still you know my name

This is my heart resting in the palm of my hand
This is more then I've planned from the start
Holding it up to the sky for you to see
I feel You but don't understand

The second You stepped through the door or was it the ceiling
I stood and beheld your beauty
This worn-out skin is pealing
I will never again praise You because of duty

I want my heart to break for the things that make
Your heart break


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"Where Eye Meets Eye" as written by Marcus Tobias Dahlstroem Christian Thell Lindskog

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    General CommentThis is my heart resting in the palm of my hand
    This is more then I've planned from the start
    Holding it up to the sky for you to see
    I feel You but don't understand.... amazing!
    euphoriiaon August 21, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI know that beautiful would not be the first word that pops into your mind when listening to this song, but it truly is. I love the fact that there are true guys out there.... real men DO love jesus...
    thursdaylvron September 08, 2002   Link
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    General CommentBlindside is a great band, but the comment "real men DO love jesus" is garbage. That statement truly aggravates me, and after 10 odd years of catholic education, I can tell you that whether or not you "love" Jesus has nothing to do with your manhood. For Christ's sake.
    Ballparkfrankon January 12, 2005   Link

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