Sunrise

  • Well you can't eat, can't sleep down on the floor
    Cause you never fell man's heart before
    Now there's nothing in this world you want more
    Then to be free

    And you're lost somewhere, you swore you'd never go
    And the way back looks like a dead end road
    But with one step, one breath, one smile at a time

    Let me get you out of here
    Wipe away all your tears
    Now you're safe in these arms of mine
    I won't ever let you down
    Your heart will start to come around
    We're gonna change your life
    One sunrise at a time

    Well, you can't get rid of all his lies
    Thinkin' 'bout him all the time
    Can I be the reason you've got nothin' on your mind

    Oh, let me get you out of here
    Wipe away all your tears
    Now you're safe in these arms of mine
    I won't ever let you down
    Your heart will start to come around
    We gonna change your life
    One sunrise at a time

    Let me hold you tight
    All through the night
    Till you awake
    Till all this pain
    Is gone with yesterday
    Gone with yesterday

    Oh, let me get you out of here

    Oh, I won't ever let you down
    Your heart will start to come around
    We gonna change your life
    One sunrise at a time
    Oh, one sunrise
    At a time Writer/s: JASON SELLERS, PAUL JENKINS, WENDELL LEE MOBLEY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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