I was watchin' the crowd as you walked
Through the door
How easy you captured their eyes
And it wasn't your dress and it wasn't my drink

You lit up the room with your smile
When you sat down beside me I felt like a king
Completely taken by you
And I was sorry for every man in this world
Who doesn't know you like I do

Oh, I love how you move and the way your hair flows
But there's so much more I want you to know
I love how it feels when I look in your eyes
'Cause you're even more beautiful on the inside

You've stayed by my side through some very hard times
And you've always been faithful and true
You're a picture of grace under pressure
Honey, nobody cares like you do

Oh, I love how you move and the way your hair flows
But there's so much more I want you to know
I love how it feels when I look in your eyes
'Cause you're even more beautiful on the inside


Lyrics submitted by Nicky

On the Inside Lyrics as written by Brett Jones

Lyrics © Wixen Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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