Mirror Ball

Album: On Sunset (2020)
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  • Mirror ball, when will you spin?
    Light up the room and our lives begin
    'Til we no longer feel the cold
    We're now embraced by the mirror ball

    The sound of soul spins through the air
    Lifting up our hearts, our eyes and our ears
    'Til we no longer accept our fate
    We're now empowered in your wake

    And the moon
    And the sun
    And the love
    For the one

    And in every brick I pass I see you
    In every blade of grass I feel you
    In everything

    Mirror ball, you shine so bright
    Illuminate the ways of our sight
    'Til everyone's a shining star
    The moon's a balloon and we'll go far (far, far)

    And the moon
    And the sun
    And the love
    For the one

    In every brick I pass I see you
    In every blade of grass I feel you
    In every silver sky I see you
    The streets that pass me by, I feel you
    Oh, in everything

    'Til everyone's a shining star
    'Til everyone's a shining star

    And the stars
    And the rain
    And the love
    Fills the sea
    For the one
    For the one Writer/s: Paul John Weller
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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