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Take me in your arms tonight Love me with all your might Give me all my heart can hold Hold me never let me go Love was mystery Until you touched me with sweet, sweet love Now it's so clear to me This is what love is made of. I can see forever in your eyes I can see a love that never dies When you lay me down I realize I can see forever in your eyes. About I Can See Forever In Your Eyes. I Can See Forever In Your.
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On a Clear Day You Can See Forever is a musical with music by Burton Lane and a book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner based loosely on Berkeley Square, written in 1929 by John L. Balderston. It concerns a woman who has ESP and has been reincarnated. The musical received three Tony Award nominations.
While the idea of "I can see forever" was perhaps inspired by the central message of . Lovecraft's "The Call of Cthulhu," the phrase itself does not appear in the story. It seems that many on the internet conflated this quote with . On Google, the phrase "I can see forever" had been entered at least 235,000 times, and "Oh God I can see forever" at least 1,100,000 times.
See Forever Eyes is the second studio album by the Canadian rock band Prism. It was originally released in 1978 by the Canadian record label, GRT. The album was recorded over a period of five months in 1978, at Mushroom Studios, Vancouver, at Little Mountain Sound Studios, Vancouver, and at Pinewood Studios. It was produced by the future multi-award winning producer Bruce Fairbairn. Their bassist Allan Harlow contributed two songs, "Flyin'" and "Take Me Away". And their keyboardist Jon Hall and guitarist Lindsey Mitchell joined together to write the title track "See Forever Eyes".
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