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Caramel Eyes

By Bruce Clifford

Caramel eyes it comes as no surprise to me
Within the sunrise, the universe finds its harmony
Sometimes I feel so close knowing you're so far away
Caramel eyes, please tell me that you're here to stay

Caramel eyes it's like I've known you all my life
We never compromise, and you always seem to say what's right
Sometimes I wish we were closer, but I know you're playing it safe
Caramel eyes, I will never betray

Because your smile sparkles like diamonds in the sky
And your eyes reflect all the reasons why
All the reasons why
I don't have to tell you how life takes its turns
The comedy and the tragedy leaves us to all we've learned

Caramel eyes, it's like you opened up a part of me
Within the sunrise the angels are singing in harmony
An entire lifetime, there is still so much for us to know
Caramel eyes, you are my favorite person, I know

Caramel eyes it comes as no surprise to me
Within the sunrise the universe finds its harmony
Sometimes I feel so close knowing you're so far away
Caramel eyes, please tell me that you're here to stay

Suffering the pain of not seeing you again
Living each day with you so far away
Reaching to the sky and a glimpse of Caramel Eyes
Don't fear, don't worry, there's no reason to cry

If destiny is right then nothing could separate us
If tomorrow is today then no harm can invade us
If the future is bright then the sun will continue to shine
In your smile there's a light that gravity can't deny
No words can define

Caramel eyes it's like I've known you all my life
We never compromise, your smile always seems to make things right
And if I held you close, then you wouldn't be so far away
Caramel eyes, the pain of yesterday

I can hear the music in the moonlight
Shadows from a distant sky
Reflections of flashing moments
All the reasons why
All the reasons why

4/23/07 Bruce Clifford


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