I Saw A Light

  • Well I never felt nothing like I did tonight
    You had the face of a boy that I met in a dream one time
    Some heard it thunder and so did I
    I swear it happened when your eyes met mine

    Maybe it was just the way the wind blew
    Maybe it was God and his son too
    But in that moment I know that I knew that I,
    I found you

    I saw a light I,
    Heard a bell
    You were the very best feeling that I ever felt
    And suddenly you are standing here, mine all mine well
    I saw a light I, saw a light

    Well I still can't believe someone left you laying around
    Something precious like you should have already been found

    What if I'd stayed home and done nothing tonight
    What if you had looked left and I had looked right
    For once in our lives we were both on time and now
    I found you

    I saw a light I
    Heard a bell
    You were the very best feeling that I ever felt
    And suddenly you are standing here,
    Mine all mine well
    I saw a light I
    Saw

    Somebody told me
    When I was younger
    Chance is like lightning
    Love is like thunder
    So I walked right over
    Asked for your number
    'Cause somebody told me when I was younger

    I saw a light I
    Heard a bell
    You were the very best feeling, that I ever felt
    And suddenly you are standing here before my eyes
    The thunder in my heart it tells me, you are mine well
    I saw a light I
    Saw
    A light Writer/s: AARON HENNINGSEN, BRIAN HENNINGSEN, CLARA HENNINGSEN, KIMBERLY PERRY, NEIL PERRY, REID PERRY
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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