"Light" as written by David John Matthews, Mark Christopher Batson, Stefan K. Lessard, Carter A. Beauford, Leroi H. Moore and Boyd C. Tinsley....
Oh great light, of love
Oh great light, of love
Oh great light, of love
Oh great light, of love

Here you go the dirty girl
Good, God, try to love to try to ahh
God, love is a lively sight
Do you know who needs you?

I want to be your hunger
I want to see you open wide
And when I go down for you
I want to blow your mind

It's
So good of you
To love you

You and I
Such a pretty thing
Smile, smile
You know you thrill me
Cross your heart, and hope to die
You know I'd love to

I want to be your hunger
I want to see you open wide
And when I go down for you
I want to blow your mind

You and I, uh, uh
Shine, shine

Oh great light of mine
Oh great light of mine
Oh great light, of love
Oh great light, of love

You come is like an answer prayer
Praise God
Try to love try to ah
I have the new dusted eye
Ooo oh, I love you

I want to be you hungry
I want to see you open wide
And when I go down for you
I want to blow your mind

You, you, hey yeah
You, you not I
You, you ohh


Lyrics submitted by *Drea*

"Hunger for the Great Light" as written by Carter A. Beauford Boyd C. Tinsley

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentThis was performed at a soundcheck, and has never been performed in concert. But I thought the lyrics were too beautiful to keep away from here!

    The song itself is absolutely amazing. if anyone would like to hear it, send me a PM with your AIM name, I'll send it.
    *Drea*on June 10, 2002   Link
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    General Commenti think it is commonly known as "light lift me up" but yea, its a very nice song.
    sean7711on March 06, 2003   Link

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