Moment In The Sun

Album: The Ghost Of Fashion (1999)
  • When it's my moment in the sun
    Oh, how beautiful I'll be
    But in a normal sort of way
    Like I am you and you are me
    Cause I have a lot of things to say
    And you'd be wise to listen good
    I think that hunger, war, and death
    Are bringin' everybody down
    When it's my moment in the sun
    I'll share my problems with the world
    And psychosomatically I'll sing
    To god and all his pretty girls
    When it's my moment in the sun
    I won't forget that I am blessed
    But every hero walks alone
    Thinking of more things to confess Writer/s: EEF BARZELAY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Clarissa from Martinsburg, WvI like this song a lot. I'd never heard of it or Clem Snide but when i bought my MP3 player there were a few curtousy songs on it and there it was. I listened to it and was sold.
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