Honey, Let Me Sing You a Song

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About Honey, Let Me Sing You a Song

"Honey, Let Me Sing You a Song" is a song by American pop-rock singer-songwriter Matt Hires from his first full-length studio album Take Us to the Start, the song featured in many uses in media, including ABC's hit show Cougar Town and Life Unexpected on The CW. The demo version featured in the soundtrack album of 2010 Touchstone Pictures release, When in Rome and 2008 release Live From the Hotel Café EP. Matt has recorded an alternate version of "Honey, Let Me Sing You a Song", which featured on his 2010 release A to B EP. A live version of "Honey, Let Me Sing You a Song" features on his 2011 release Live Sessions EP. 


Year:
2010
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Maybe I'm blind, maybe I'm blind
Oh, I couldn't see you shine
And shimmer right in front of my eyes
Front of my eyes, oh no

I never saw light, never saw light
All I saw were faded mirrors
And dim reflections but
You shine, you shine so much brighter, oh

So honey let me sing you a song
And listen to my words
As they come out wrong, but don't
Run away, run away, this time

And honey let me look in your eyes
You can open them one at a time, but don't
Look away, look away, this time

Open your mind, open your mind
To know that you don't have to hide
So please don't leave me
Don't meet me outside
Leave me outside, oh no

Oh, and honey I'll try, honey I'll try to hold you
Like the starry skies, we lie beneath tonight
'Cause you shine, you shine so much brighter
Oh, oh, oh, oh

So honey let me sing you a song
And listen to my words
As they come out wrong, but don't
Run away, run away, this time

And honey let me look in your eyes
You can open them one at a time, but don't
Look away, look away, this time

Oh, I'm walking on a wire, 'cause you're all I want now
So don't feed me to the fire, and I won't let you down
And please don't hide, these things we say tonight
Can help us get our feet back on the ground

So honey let me sing you a song
And listen to my words
As they come out wrong, but don't
Run away, run away, this time

And honey let me look in your eyes
You can open them one at a time, but don't
Look away, no, look away
No, look away, don't look away, oh

And honey let me sing you a song
And listen to my words
As they, come out wrong, but don't
Run away, run away this time

And honey let me look in your eyes
Oh, they burn like fire, but don't
Look away, look away, this time
And don't, look away, look away this time

Don't look away, look away, this time.

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Matt Hires

Matt Hires (born August 5, 1985) is an American singer-songwriter from Tampa, Florida. Drawing inspiration from influences as disparate as The Band, Sufjan Stevens, Wilco and Ryan Adams, Matt became the first artist to sign with F-Stop Music, an imprint of Atlantic Records. more »

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Written by: MATT HIRES, ERIC ROSSE, GREGG WATTENBERG

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