I Wish I Were Blind
by George Mileson
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Verse 1
I love to see the cottonwood blossom
In the early spring
I love to see the message of love
That the bluebird brings
Verse 2
But when I see you walkin' with him
Down along the strand
I wish I were blind
When I see you with your man
Verse 3
I love to see your hair shining
In the long summer's light
I love to watch the stars fill the sky
On a summer night
Verse 4
The music plays you take his hand
I watch how you touch him as you start to dance
And I wish I were blind
When I see you with your man
Verse 5
We struggle here but all our love's in vain
And these eyes that once filled me with your beauty
Now fill me with pain
And the light that once entered here
Is banished from me
And this darkness is all baby that my heart sees
Verse 6
And though the world is filled
With the grace and beauty of God's hand
Oh I wish I were blind
When I see you with your man

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Writer(s):Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Downtown Music Publishing
Copyright: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN



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