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Parker's Eyes

This song is by Redemption and appears on the album The Fullness Of Time (2005).

Look at you, you haven't seen anything
Your eyes so white and pure
Without a trace of red
No signs of self-abuse there
And no tears have yet been shed
Just pure, pure white eyes

Look at you, you don't know anything
Not what the towers looked like
On September tenth
And words like hate and death and politics
Mean nothing yet
They're sounds, they're only sounds

Once, long ago I was young
And I saw the world through innocent eyes
Like a child
But those memories are faded now
And all that I can see is our despair

Look at you, you don't fear anything
Not loss of job, or loss of faith
Or loss of self, you're not afraid
You're not afraid of anything
Not even death itself

Look at you, you haven't learned anything
Not all that people do
In every single way
To hurt each other, harm each other, kill each other every day
But you will
And nothing I can say or do will stop you

Once, long ago we were young
And we saw the world through innocent eyes
Like a child
But those memories are faded now
And all that we can see is our despair

And now I finally understand
Why we're told to suffer the little children
They're what we were before we fell
Sweet unruined innococence

(sounds of Sept 11 news)

And now I finally understand
Why we're told to suffer the little children
They're what we were before we fell
Sweet unruined innococence

And now I finally understand
Why we're told to suffer the little children
They're what we were before we fell
Sweet unruined innococence

Written by:

Nick van Dyk.

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