There's A Place In The World For A Gambler

Album: Souvenirs (1974)
  • There's a place in the world
    For a gambler
    There's a burden that only
    He can bear
    There's a place in the world
    For a gambler,
    And he sees
    Oh, yes he sees
    And he sees
    Oh, yes he sees

    There's a song in the heart
    Of a woman
    That only the truest of loves
    Can release.
    There's a song in the heart
    Of a woman.
    Set it free
    Oh, set it free
    Set it free
    Oh, set it free
    Set it free
    Oh, set it free.

    There's a light in the depths
    Of your darkness
    There's a calm at the eye
    Of every storm.
    There's a light in the depths
    Of your darkness.

    Let is shine
    Oh, let it shine
    Let is shine
    Oh, let it shine
    Let is shine
    Oh, let it shine.
    Let it Shine Writer/s: DAN FOGELBERG
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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