Starlight

  • In the distance
    Light years from tomorrow
    Far beyond yesterday
    She is watching
    Heart aching with sorrow
    She is broken, as she waits

    Hoping when all is said and done
    We learn to love and be as one

    Oh Starlight, don't you cry
    We're gonna make it right before tomorrow
    Oh Starlight, don't you cry
    We're gonna find a place where we belong
    (Where we belong)
    And so you know, you'll never shine alone

    There are shadows sleeping on the horizon
    Leave us scared and so afraid
    As the fallout of a world divided
    It brings her tears and so much pain

    And so we take cover from the dark
    Hoping to find where we can start

    Oh Starlight, don't you cry
    We're gonna make it right before tomorrow
    Oh Starlight, don't you cry
    We're gonna find a place where we belong
    (Where we belong)
    And so you know, you'll never shine alone

    Starlight, we'll find a place
    Where we belong, we belong

    You will see as the mountains fall and turn to dust
    That there's one thing that won't change
    I believe there is something within each of us
    That always stays
    That will always remain
    As long as love never fades

    Oh Starlight, don't you cry
    We're gonna make it right before tomorrow
    Oh Starlight, don't you cry
    We're gonna find a place where we belong
    And so you know, you'll never shine alone

    Starlight we'll find a place
    Where we belong, we belong

    She is watching
    Heart aching with sorrow
    She is broken, as she waits Writer/s: Myles Kennedy, Saul Hudson
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Steve from CtHas anyone noticed a similarity with this song and Soulshine by the Allman Brothers? Imagine Duane and Slash shredding together!
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