fields have eyes, and woods have ears

fields have eyes, and woods have ears

Even when it seems unlikely, someone might be eavesdropping. I know there's no one out here, but I'd still feel more comfortable talking in my office—fields have eyes, and woods have ears, you know
See also: and, ear, field, have, wood

Fields have eyes, and woods have ears.

Prov. Even though you are outside in an apparently empty landscape, someone may be eavesdropping on you. Jill: You said you had a secret. Tell me. Jane: Not here. Jill: But there's nobody else in the park. Jane: Fields have eyes, and woods have ears.
See also: and, ear, Field, have, wood