John Conlee - In My Eyes

"In My Eyes" is a song written by Barbara Wyrick, and recorded by American country music artist John Conlee. It was released in October 1983 as the second single and title track from the album In My Eyes. The song became John Conlee's fifth number one on the country chart. The single went to number one for one week and spent a total of fifteen weeks on the country chart.


The song was originally recorded by Conway Twitty on his 1982 album, Dream Maker.

John Conlee - In My Eyes Lyrics


She just a woman a hundred pounds of flesh and blood

Quick with a smile warm with a touch for me

she's just a woman and not the least or the most desired

But she's set one man's heart of fire and it's me that she wants to please

And in my eyes god never made a more beautiful girl

In my eyes there's no one more lovely in all of the world

And she looks at me at times with such surprise

When she sees how special she is in my eyes

she's only human and she cries sometimes when she looks in the mirror

And counts a new line that seems to appeared overnight

she's only human it's not that she's vain she's just afraid

That there'll come a time when I'll turn away at the sight but I swear that's not right

And in my eyes she just grows lovelier to me

In my eyes she's only aging gracefully

And a thousand strands of gray just won't disguise

The woman she'll always be in my eyes

Sometimes she makes mistakes but I'm aware of her faults

Her moods go up and down but that's just because

she's just a woman and giving her love only to me

Without her health I would be less of a man than she thinks I am

And in my eyes love never changes or pretends

In my eyes her mystery never ends

And everything I've dreamed as years go by

Makes her love grow sweeter still in my eyes

In my eyes she is my woman

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