Another Day

Album: Hourglass (1997)
  • Wake up Suzy, put your shoes on,
    Walk with me into this light, oh,
    Finally this morning,
    I'm feeling whole again,
    It was a hell of a night.
    Just to be with you by my side,
    Just to have you near in my sight.
    Just to walk a while in this light,
    Just to know that life goes on.

    Wake up Suzy, put your shoes on,
    Walk with me into this light.

    Another night has gone,
    Life goes on,
    Another dawn is breaking.
    Turn and face the sun,
    One by one,
    The world outside is waking.
    Morning light has driven away all
    The shadows that hide your way.
    And night has given away to
    The promise of another day.

    Another day, another chance
    That we may finally find our way.
    Another day, the sun has begun
    To melt all our fears away.
    Another day, another day.

    Oh, wake up Suzy, put your shoes on,
    Walk with me into this light. Writer/s: TRE JEAN-MARIE, VANYA TAYLOR, BLUEY ROBINSON, JONATHAN JAMES CLARE, JAMES TADGELL
    Publisher: Spirit Music Group, Songtrust Ave, BMG Rights Management
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