Trisha Yearwood: In Another's Eyes Meaning
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Song Released: 1997
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In Another's Eyes Lyrics
I'm someone who
Loves her enough
To walk away from you
I'd never cheat
And I would never lie
In another's eyes, yeah
In another's eyes
I can do no wrong
And he believes in me
And his faith is strong
anonymous Oct 11th, 2017 10:13pm report
Seriously? It is about two married people, who have fallen in love with each other, but can not act on it because of their spouses. They do not want to betray the faith that their spouses have in them, but they wanted to. Garth and Tricia divorced their spouses, so they could be with each other.
anonymous Aug 24th, 2017 8:02pm report
"In Another's Eyes" was Brooks's and Yearwood's first major collaboration. At the time, the two were close friends but were married to other spouses, Brooks to Sandy Mahl and Yearwood to Bobby Reynolds; by 2001, each had divorced their respective spouse, and they married each other in 2005.- WIKIPEDIA. They should have married each other than marrying someone else. I think they denied their feelings for each other and only realized they love each other after being married to someone else. Not a great love story! SINGLE FOR LIFE
anonymous Aug 23rd, 2017 8:34pm report
This song could be interpreted more than one way...
In one way, it could be seen as a man and woman cheating on their spouses but in love with each other...
In another way, it could be interpreted as a husband and wife telling the each other that if they were with anyone else, they would still be in love with each other, instead of in love with their spouse..
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