Under a Million Lights

Album: Twelve Tales Of Christmas (2017)
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  • It's easy to think we're screwed
    Reading the front page news
    Swimming a sea of deals
    Ain't gonna sooth our fears

    Look to the million lights
    Shimmering satellites
    Shining in the sky blue night
    Ah-ah-ah

    We're on a blue-green ball
    Forever in freefall
    Spinning beneath our feet
    Love as our gravity

    Under a million lights
    Shimmering satellites
    Shining in the sky tonight
    Ah-ah-ah-ah
    Ah-ah-ah-ah

    Oh, so alone when we're faced with the dark
    Oh, we'll struggle to find the right path

    So turn your light on
    Turn your light on
    Turn your light on
    Turn your light on

    Turn your light on
    Turn your light on
    Just turn your lights on
    Turn your light on

    Turn your light on
    Turn your light on
    Turn your light on now

    We are a million lights
    Shimmering satellites
    Tracing the beautiful night
    Comets and satellites

    Shining in the sky tonight
    Ah-ah-ah-ah

    It's easy to think we're screwed
    Reading the front page news

    Oh, so alone when we're faced with the dark
    Oh, we'll struggle to find the right path
    Oh, so alone when we're faced with the dark

    So, turn your light on
    Turn your light on
    Just turn your lights on
    Turn your light on

    Oh, won't you come on
    Turn your light on
    Turn your light on now Writer/s: MATTHEW HALES, THOMAS OLIVER CHAPLIN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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