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  1. Taugrel Reply
    F C Am It's making me crazy, I see you in everyone [INTERLUDE:] Am F G [CHORUS:] G C Cadd9 Out in the street, in every glance F C I see your reflection, I fall in a trance C ~ Am Em Can't you see what you have done F Csus4 G I see you in everyone, in every--one (see you in every--one) [CHORUS:] C Cadd9 In the night I see your eyes F C From.
  2. Tygojinn Reply
    There's a place in me, I'm yearning to explore. Look in my eyes. And remember wine, the music and amour. The days grow stronger and longer. With every glance. It's what a stare and the dance were. To find romance. While dancers dance so close. Deep inside to our dream of dreams.
  3. Vudozragore Reply
    With every glance - I yearned for more. With every interaction - you left me craving for more. With every conversation - you left me speechless. Every time our eyes met - I was in complete and total bliss. How did you NOT see that? How did you NOT see me? How did you NOT see my eyes .
  4. Grorisar Reply
    “Don't become a random photograph in the eyes of friends, and even your enemies, for each glance at your face will cause a declination of value and reputation. Create value, through scarcity.” ― Michael Bassey Johnson.
  5. JoJot Reply
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  6. Nikorg Reply
    Search glance of the eye and thousands of other words in English definition and synonym dictionary from Reverso. You can complete the definition of glance of the eye given by the English Definition dictionary with other English dictionaries: Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster.
  7. Zolozragore Reply
    Could I see you with every glance, It would be better for me Than to eat or to drink. (Translated by M.V. Fox).
  8. Faerisar Reply
    Your eyes can switch with every glance And when they catch me there's no chance Medusa, Medusa Take your hands from my shoulders and let me stand I've been tryin' my hardest to be a man Take your hands off my shoulders and let me stand I've been tryin' my hardest to be a man.
  9. Fegis Reply
    Like the other lower levels of eye contact, the glance-and-a-half is subtle and difficult to notice without a lot of practice. It’s when someone looks at you and breaks eye contact as they normally do, but they hold the eye contact for a split second longer than is normal. I’m talking maybe 1/4 of a second longer.