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Those Eyes Again

Allman Brothers Band

"Those Eyes Again"

Champoeg Theater, St. Paul, OR

September 19, 1997





Not so long ago, just a few years back

We used to hang out down by the railroad tracks

The guitars played and the singers made rhyme

It was a good time for being free



??? flowers on her kitchen windowsill

We listened to Bob Dylan stuff, he'd just done Nashville

We lie there on the hillside, just look up at the sky

We had it all, you and I...you and I



We were living just the kind of life we always wanted to live

We gave to one another all there ever was to give

Don't know what just happened, guess it must have slipped my mind

Anyway we got all turned around, you went ???, I went blind



But I know someday I'll see your eyes again

Eyes that will forever be my friend

We had a love sweet as wine, no beginning and no end

And I know someday I'll see those....I'll see her eyes again



I've got a whole lot of memories, some stories to tell,

'bout Piedmont Park on Sunday, peace and love, heaven and hell

Her raven black hair and the mystery in her eyes

How we all pulled together and made the ???



And I know someday I'll see your eyes again

Eyes that will forever be my friend

We had a love sweet as wine, no beginning and no end

And I know someday I'll see those....someday I'll see her eyes again





??? = Not positive of what the exact lyric is.


Added:  Sunday, March 03, 2002
Submitter:  Buddy Paul Duke Jr.
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Posted by ramblinman on May 08, 2002 - 03:07 PM
My score:

whats the deal with the similarity between this song and "Tombstone Eyes" on Dickey Betts' album-Let's Get Together? Obviously if it was played in '97 then Dickey was there but was "those eyes again" just a predicessor to "tombstone eyes" or is it a completely different song?

Posted by Marley on Mar 10, 2002 - 09:56 PM
My score:

Sorry, "bouquet." --Marley

Posted by Marley on Mar 10, 2002 - 09:55 PM
My score:

The missing phrase is "Boquet of flowers." At least, it was when I heard the Brothers do this one in '97. Peace. --Marley

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