Rise to the Sun

Album: Boys & Girls (2012)
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  • All I believe in is a dream
    I haunt the Earth though I am fully seen
    In all my years I've never felt more sure than now
    Well I got to get off this rock somehow

    I feel so homesick
    Where's my home
    Where I belong
    Oh where I was born
    I was told to go
    Where the wind would blow
    And it blows away, away

    Well my eyes are full of stars
    But I just can't reach them
    Oh, how high they are
    I got to believe what I'm seeing can come true
    But in a modern world that can be so hard to do

    I feel so homesick
    Where's my home
    Where I belong
    Oh where I was born
    I was told to go
    Where the wind would blow
    And it blows away, away

    I wake up
    Rise to the sun
    I go to work
    And I come back home
    I wake up
    Rise to the sun
    I go to work
    And I come back home

    Come back home Writer/s: Brittany Amber Howard, Heath Allen Fogg, Steven William Johnson, Zachary Riley Cockrell
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