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Steve Young - If My Eyes Were Blind



If my eyes were blind the darkest night would never hold a mystery
If my eyes were blind, I’d hold your features fast within my memory
Within my mind, if my eyes were blind

Should my voice grow weak, only you could hear the voice inside me
Should my voice grow weak, but never with the word would I deny thee
I would not speak, should my voice grow weak

Should my mind grow dim and innocent as on the day God made me
Should my mind grow dim, I’d love you like a child or a baby
I’d be gentle as a lamb, should my mind grow dim

When my youth is gone, in my eyes you shall remain a beauty
When my youth is gone, in my ears I’ll hear you singing sweetly
The sweetest song, when my youth is gone

And When my body dies, darlin’ I could never leave you lonely
My spirit shall arise to comfort and to care for you only
To sympathize, when my body dies

When my body dies
When my youth is gone
Should my mind grow dim
Should my voice grow weak
If my eyes were blind