Huarache Lights

Album: Why Make Sense? (2015)
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  • When I see the beams of
    Those huarache lights
    I know every single thing
    Will be just right

    I know every single
    We play tonight
    Will make the people
    Just bathe in the light
    Just bathe in the light
    Bathe in the light

    So I can see
    I got something here
    That you don't ever want to turn down
    I got something for your mind
    Your body, and your soul
    Every day of my life
    Every day of my life

    Machines are great, but
    Best when they come to life
    You can burn your finger on
    The pulse of the light

    There's nothing to touch and
    There's nothing to hold
    Am I so truthful
    Or in truth
    Is the youth just getting old?

    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better

    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better

    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better

    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better

    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better
    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better

    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better
    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better

    So I can see
    I got something for your mind
    Your body, and your soul
    Every day of my life
    Every day of my life

    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better
    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better

    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better
    Replace us with the things
    That do the job better Writer/s: BRUCE GRAY, BRUCE HAWES, ALEXIS TAYLOR, JOE GODDARD, FELIX MARTIN
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc., DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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