THROUGH THESE EYES  
     
  Through these eyes I have seen the world
Lived my dreams in a thousend ways
With my treasures and my memories
Now I wait for the end of days

A rose that is old and dry
And a mirror that's broken
But through these eyes they come to life again

And then the rose begins to bloom and shine again
I must be dreaming
And in the mirror there is a face, I'm young again
I must be dreaming

Through these eyes

Through these eyes I have seen so much
In a changing world that is made for the young
And for the ones who are left behind
I still have my photographs

Of where we would laugh and run
Now almost forgotten
But through the darkness I can see a light

And then the sun begins to shine, I see my friends
I must be dreaming
They're reaching out to hold my hand, we're young again
I must be dreaming

Through these eyes
Through these eyes
 
     
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Where Would I Be
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The Keeper of the Keys
Meridiem
Letting Go
When the Dream Is Over
Empty Rooms
The Bridge
The Fields of Agincourt
One More Goodbye
   
         
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