But You're Blind

Sometimes I hurt you, I’ve caused you to cry
You rescued my secrets, and captured my lies
When I am wrong you are there at my side
And I wonder and worry that one day will come
When you’ll see, but you’re blind

You hollow my sorrows each moment you laugh
Those shadows and silhouettes still haunting my past
You are my reason, my courage, my friend
And I wonder and worry that one day will come
When you’ll see, but you’re blind

   You know me, and show me, what true love means
   Your beauty, I am but a pebble in your stream
   Love finds you, then blinds you, just don’t seem fair
   Why won’t it open your eyes

They say love’s a blessing, forever divine
I’ve revealed my weaknesses; you cast them aside
You’d give your life for me; I’d give you mine
And I wonder and worry that one day will come
When you’ll see, but you’re blind

For time everlasting, you’ve conquered my soul
You’ve witnessed my failures; I’ve never seen yours
I write the songs, you’re my rhythm, my rhyme
And I wonder and worry that one day will come
When you’ll see, but you’re blind