A Million Lights

Album: A Million Lights (2018)
  • A million lights
    Hanging on the world tonight
    I see 'em reaching down
    Dancing on the evening tide

    For You
    All the stars are singing
    With You
    Every day I'm feeling
    Alive

    A million days
    In everyone, I've seen Your face
    I know I'll never be alone
    Even darkness comes awake

    For You
    All the stars are singing
    With You
    Every day I'm feeling
    Alive

    For You
    All the stars are singing
    And You
    I can feel You reaching
    For You
    All the stars are singing
    With You
    Every day I'm feeling
    Alive

    All the stars are singing (all the stars are singing)
    Every day I'm feeling
    Alive

    All the stars are singing (a million lights)
    All the stars are singing (a million lights)
    All the stars are singing, singing, singing, singing (a million lights) Writer/s: Michael Whitaker Smith, Kyle Lee
    Publisher: ESSENTIAL MUSIC PUBLISHING
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