Audio

Blue Eyed Stare

05:13
Scott Weber lead, Open Road Musicians and special guest John Widgrin on slide pedal steel guitar
Feb 2017
Sue Broudy

Lyrics

©Sue Broudy and Scott Weber

 

Life has settled a little    

There’re lines by your eyes

And a touch of grey    

Sent down from the skies

 

Being old isn’t done

Just a little worn from use

It sure doesn’t mean

That we still can’t cut loose


I’m watching you walk

Across the lawn 

Up in the morning

 At crack of dawn

Dew on the window

Mist in the air

You’re smiling at me 

With your blue-eyed stare

 

Our children are grown

They’ve all moved on

There’s a roof over our heads

And a fire here to fight the fog

 

No use complaining

Like my dad used to say

Who wants to listen

To bitchin’ anyway?

CHORUS

Feeling the days drive by

Getting old isn’t new

Feeling your love by my side

Where would I be? …

Without you, without you

 

I’m watching you walk

Across the lawn

Up in the morning

At crack of dawn

Dew on the window

Mist in the air

You’re smiling at me

And I’m watching you walk

Across the lawn

Up in the morning

At crack of dawn

Dew on the window

Mist in the air

You’re smiling at me…

With your blue-eyed stare

 

 

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