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Song Lyrics Ebony Eyes by Bob Welch

Bob Welch

Have you seen that girl on the corner
Id like to take her out of her chains
Cause if I had my way with you baby
I would be chaging your life today

Your eyes got me dreaming
Your eyes got me blind
Your eyes got me hoping
That Ill be holding close tonight

(repeat chorus)

She was the same as a hundred ladies
But when my eyes looked at her I learned
That she was keeping a secret fire
And if I got real close Id burn
And so it looked like I had to move slowly
Just like a cat at night in the trees
Cause I was waiting for her to show me
That way that she liked her love to feel

Your eyes got me dreaming
Your eyes got me blind
Your eyes got me hoping
That Ill be holding close tonight

Ebony eyes

Song Fact:

The song Ebony Eyes by Bob Welch was ranked number 96 on the top 100 songs of 1978.

Bob Welch Artist Fact:

Despite an increasing dependency on heroin, Welch continued to release albums throughout the 1980s, although these were scarcely successful. Welch kicked the habit in 1986 and began writing songs for others during this period. In the 1990s, Welch relocated to Arizona, where he formed a group called Avenue M. The band was short-lived. More recently, Welch has released an experimental record called Bob Welch Looks at Bop. This was followed by two series of albums incorporating material from his years playing with Fleetwood Mac....Bob_Welch Bio

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