In another's eyes
I'm someone who
Loves her enough to walk away from you
I'd never cheat, I'd never lie
In another's eyes

In another's eyes
I can do no wrong
He believes in me and his faith is strong
I'd never fall or even compromise
In another's eyes

In another's eyes
I'm afraid that I can't see
This picture perfect portrait
That they paint of me
They don't realize
And I pray they never do
'Cause every time I look I'm seein' you
In another's eyes

In another's eyes
Starin' back at me
I see a sinking soul trying desperately
To turn the tide before it dies
In another's eyes

And what they don't see is killing me
And it's a blessing and a curse that love is blind

In another's eyes
I'm afraid that I can't see
This picture perfect portrait
That they paint of me
They don't realize
And I pray they never do
'Cause every time I look I'm seein' you
In another's eyes
In another's eyes
In another's eyes


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    Another one of those songs that pay tribute to 'the other' while situations and circumstances do not allow a true heart. When someone cannot tell the world, it will usually spill out somehow! Honesty of feelings will somehow find a way.

    ShannyHon September 09, 2006   Link
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    This is a classic Garth/Trisha song.

    You know it's real. You know that they are this song. They see each other in another's eyes.

    " 'Cause everytime I look I'm seein' you in anothers eyes'

    They've always had that chemisty.

    teslanicholeon December 27, 2006   Link

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