Hart Brothers
Your Eyes in this Picture
Lyrics
The picture

As I look at this ole picture -you're standing by my side
I'm wonderin what was I thinking-as I look into my eyes
It's the same way I feel now-I'm so in love with you
Now I'm wonderin-what you're thinking as look in your eyes too

Chorus

looking at this picture - it's very plain to see
there's no place in this whole wide world-that you'd rather be
the smile on your face-says you're happy where you are
my arm around your shoulder-says you never-will be far
I never had to wonder-that it could be true---
The sparkle in your eyes-says that you love me too

lead

I went to the closet-and took out an ole box
a thousand happy memories-somehow I had forgot
Looking through these pictures-like when the kids grew up
And the times- when I got real sick-man those years where ruff

Chorus

there is no way in the world-that you can deny
In these thousand,pictures-there's a sparkle in our eyes
the smile on your face-says you're happy where you are
my arm around your shoulder-says you never-will be-far
I never had wonder-that it could be true---
The sparkle in your eyes-says that you love-me-too
Credits
Lyrics Credits: Buddy & Alfred Hart
Music Credits: Buddy & Alfred Hart
Producer Credits: Hart Brothers Music
Publisher Credits: ALBUD
Performance Credits: Hart Brothers
Label Credits: ALBUD Records
Description
Short Song Description:
Looking into the eyes of person in a photo wondering what were they thinking.
Long Song Description:
A song about a man looking at a picture
of his wife and himself and describing
the love he could see in their eyes.
Story Behind the Song:
As I looked at a early picture of my wife and I. Looking into my eyes I tried to recall what I was thinking.
Metadata
Song Length: 3:33
Primary Genre: Country-Americana
Secondary Genre: Country-Contemporary
Tempo: Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: General
Subject Matter 2: Happiness
Mood 1: Content
Mood 2: Congenial
Similar Artist 1: Alan Jackson
Similar Artist 2: Alabama
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later