Today The Sun's On Us

Album: Trip The Light Fantastic (2007)
Charted: 64
  • I can see you're somewhere far away
    Caught in another place
    Where nothings going right
    Shouldn't worry about
    The worst that could be
    When you're here beside me
    Don't look for troubled times
    Now when everything is fine

    So you need to fear the bad to see the good
    And that's the thing you do
    But don't let it spoil the view
    Of what's around you

    [Chorus]
    There's no rain, there's no storm
    Though the blue sky makes you wonder
    Don't you fear what will come
    Will come
    And right now we're in the sun
    Sure enough, seasons change
    But don't let today get lost
    'Cause today the sun's on us
    Today the sun's on us
    You're so restless

    Underneath the surface
    Don't you think I notice
    It's something you can't hide
    When you're fighting with the tide
    But you've got to let it go
    And just accept the things you can't control
    Don't let your shadow spoil the view
    Of what's around you

    [Chorus]

    The years go by
    Stars will rise and fall
    Will you be by my side
    Though it all?

    [Chorus]

    Today, the sun's on us Writer/s: SOPHIE ELLIS-BEXTOR, STEPHEN PAUL ROBSON, NINA SOFIA MARIE WOODFORD
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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