Place in the Sun

Album: Time Bomb (2001)
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  • The rain keeps falling down
    Shelter me, I'm wet
    Sacred heart is burning
    There's a princess in my arms

    [Bridge]
    I don't want to waste away tonight
    The starlight face a party
    Like some time to figure out
    A link to your eyes and to your mind

    [Chorus]
    I want to be alone this evening
    Too much to hide, don't want the world to see me
    Wait til I'm whole and find a place in the sun
    And never pick up the phone

    My friend keeps stalling
    He is restless, he is scared
    Lonely heart is turning
    Smell the sweetness in the air

    [Bridge]

    [Chorus: x3] Writer/s: DEVON GLENN, JONATHAN BRIGHTMAN, JOSHUA TODD GRUBER, KEITH NELSON, YUGOMIR LONICH
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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