The Four Seasons My Eyes Adored You Lyrics

My eyes adored you
Though I never laid a hand on you
My eyes adored you
Like a million miles away from me you couldn't see
How I adored you
So close, so close and yet so far away

Carried your books from school
Playing make-believe you're married to me
You were fifth grade, I was sixth
When we came to be
Walking home every day over Barnegat Bridge and Bay
Till we grew into the me and you
Who went our separate ways


Headed for city lights
Climbed the ladder up to fortune and fame
I worked my fingers to the bone
Made myself a name
Funny, I seem to find that, no matter how the years unwind
Still I reminisce about the girl I miss
And the love I left behind...


All my life I will remember how warm and tender
We were way back then
Though I'm feeling sad regrets I know I won't ever forget
You, my childhood friend


Written by: Bob Crewe, Kenny Nolan, Robert Crewe
Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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