A Million Lights

Album: A Million Lights (2012)
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  • This haunting ballad is the title track of British recording artist Cheryl Cole's third album. The song was written by Daniel James, Leah Haywood and Lindz and produced by Dreamlab. Cheryl told Pop Justice that it reminded her of when she performed a version of Snow Patrol's "Set The Fire To The Third Bar" for a BBC Children In Need performance at the Royal Albert Hall.
  • A Million Light's CD cover was shot by German photographer Ellen Von Unwerth, who also did Rihanna's Rated R and Talk that Talk albums.
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