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Behind the Eyes

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Download links and information about Behind the Eyes by Amy Grant. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Gospel, Rock, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 49:29 minutes.

Artist: Amy Grant
Release date: 1997
Genre: Gospel, Rock, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 49:29
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Nobody Home 3:37
2. I Will Be Your Friend 4:00
3. Like I Love You 4:31
4. Takes a Little Time 4:32
5. Cry a River 4:39
6. Turn This World Around 3:40
7. Curious Thing 4:05
8. Every Road 4:31
9. Leave It All Behind 3:22
10. Missing You 4:28
11. The Feeling I Had 2:55
12. Somewhere Down the Road 5:09

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When Behind the Eyes came out in 1997, Amy Grant had been recording for 20 years. And it was obvious that she still had a lot left to say. In contrast to the high-tech slickness that characterized some of her previous A&M efforts, the earthy Eyes finds Grant playing a lot of jangly acoustic guitar and bringing a folk appeal to her pop-rock. Most of the writing is excellent, and Grant offers some of the most meaningful, insightful songs of her career. "Nobody Home" describes the economic hardship that has ravaged a small town, while the country-influenced "Curious Thing" examines the ways in which a person's life can change radically. "Turn This World Around," "Takes a Little Time" and "Somewhere Down the Road" offer a message of hope and optimism without being Pollyanna-ish — Grant acknowledges that life is hard and difficult, but insists that there's a light at the end of the tunnel. Both musically and lyrically, Behind the Eyes is one of Grant's best albums ever.