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Amy's Eyes Recorded by Charley Pride Written by Terry Brown and Jaima Prater Hunt
C F Dm Am Amy left her crayons on the table yesterday F C Dm G7 So I called her in and asked her to help put them away C F Dm Am And I noticed on the table there's a picture she had drawn F C D7 G7 C It was me and Amy just the two of us alone
F Dm Am She pointed at three spaces she had underlined in red F C Dm G7 And the teardrops started falling when she looked at me and said C F Dm Am If my mommy and my daddy being here at home F C D7 G7 C But since mommy doesn't live here I just color mommy gone
G7 F C Didn't understand until I saw through Amy's eyes G7 F G7 You're out of the picture you’re not missing in her mind C F Dm Am You've been gone so long now but I thought that you should know F C D7 G7 Amy loves her mommy and we need you here at home
C F Dm Am So I'm sending you the picture and I hope you take the time F C Dm G7 C To see that something's missing when you look through Amy's eyes G7 F C Didn't understand until I saw through Amy's eyes G7 F G7 You're out of the picture you’re not missing in her mind
F Dm C F So I'm sending you this picture and I hope you'll take the time Dm Am D7 G7 C To see that something's missing when you look through Amy's eyes Dm Am D7 G7 C You'll see that something's missing when you look through Amy's eyes F D7 Am F C D7 G7 C Amy left her crayons on the table yesterday
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