Leach & Radice

Leach & Radice

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Rock - Alternative | Danbury, Connecticut, london uk, Other
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Song Description

Pop love song beautifully sung by Cyndi Corkran.

Story Behind the Song

Written with and sung by Cyndi Corkran in January, 2016.

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Lyrics

Eyes of the One

In the Eyes of the One
I lost myself
In the name of love

He had his gaze
Always on the door
Escape routes
Taken many times before
Oh, when someone came too close
Too close

I look into the Eyes of the One
Blinded by a promise of love
He has a smile
To melt the coldest hearts
Soft lips that lie
Pull your faith apart
And leave you in the dark
In the dark
In the Eyes of the One

In the Eyes of the One
I break apart,
Tears running down my cheeks
Straight from my heart and
Helpless standing there
As his eyes are saying goodbye
Goodbye

Now the Eyes of the One
Look upon another love
As he dances through my mind
Leaving footprints in the sands of time
Memories when my love was so blind
So blind

In the Eyes of the One
In the Eyes of the One
In the Eyes of the One

copyright 2016 Tristyn Leach/Cyndi Corkran/Frank Radice

Song Length
4:28
Genres
Pop - Classic, Pop - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Composed, Cool

Subject Matter
Heartbreak, General


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Tristyn Leach/Cyndi Corkran/Frank Radice
Music Credits Frank Radice/Cyndi Corkran/Trisyn Leach
Producer Credits Frank Radice/Cyndi Corkran/Trisyn Leach
Performance Credits Cyndi Corkran/Frank Radice