"Afraid Of Sunrise" as written by Steven Thomas Rothery, Mark Kelly, Peter Trewavas, Ian Mosely, John Helmer and Steve Hogarth....
Dressed in black, no turning back
We blanked out on the Great White Way
Fingers in desire's crack
We'd bridge and tunnel into day
Abandoned to the salt of skin
Abandoned to the highway
Sand running in the hourglass
Heat of leather and mirages

So how do we now come to be afraid of sunlight
So how do we now come to be afraid of sunlight

Day-Glo Jesus on the dash
Scorch marks on the road ahead
Friendly fire in hostile waters
Keep the faith, don't lose your head
Don't lose your head

So how do we now come to be afraid of sunlight
Afraid of Sunlight

Agave flower
Sleep beside me
Driving on
Nevada's burning
Phoenix rising
Driving on
To sunlight

Day-Glo Jesus on the dash
Scorch marks on the road ahead
Friendly fire in hostile waters
Keep the faith, don't lose your head
Don't lose your head

So how do we now come to be afraid of sunlight
How do we now come to be afraid
Afraid of sunlight


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"Afraid of Sunrise" as written by Steve Hogarth John Helmer

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