My Love Is So Blind
Words and Music: Fred Alley and Karen Mal
 
My love is a bright bird the color of snow
That flies through the pane of your picture window
Lies all broken-winged in the flower bed below
Sometimes my love is so blind

My love is an old woman who leads with a cane
Crouches in shadows, she stands in the rain
Eyes blind with memory blinking in pain
Sometimes my love is so blind
Sometimes my love is so blind

And here I lie blind and knowing that I'll never stand anymore
If I could raise my blinking eyes and feel your hand in mine
You could lift me up from the floor

My love is a carousel horse on a pole
Its eyes they are painted and wooden its soul
It spins round and round; it has no place to go
Sometimes my love is so blind

My love is a bullet that flies from a gun
Aimless and eyeless, strikes the innocent ones
Who fall there confused over what has been done
Sometimes my love is so blind
Sometimes my love is so blind

And here I lie blind and knowing that I'll never stand anymore
If I could raise my blinking eyes and feel your hand in mine

You could lift me up from the floor
Sometimes my love is so blind
Sometimes my love is so blind