"Sunshine Smile" as written by and Stephen/dillam Williams....
And then she smiled
Just for fraction of a little while
And everything was warm again inside
She's got a sunshine smile
The kind that warms up the corners of my cold room
She's got a sunshine smile
The kind that makes you forget again
Sunshine smile
Sunshine smile
Sunshine smile
Sunshine smile
And then she said
"If I'm going to be someone else
I'd rather be somebody else with you"
That's exactly how I felt to her
How does it feel?
The way I feel
Doesn't feel quite real
How does it feel to feel?
She's got a sunshine smile
The kind that warms up the corners of my cold room
She's got a sunshine smile
The kind that makes you forget again
Sunshine smile
Sunshine smile
Sunshine smile
Sunshine smile
And then she said
"If I'm going to be someone else
I'd rather be somebody else with you"
That's exactly how I felt, uh-huh
How does it feel to feel?
And for that one short while
It was as if she'd only just learned how to smile


Lyrics submitted by ruben

"Sunshine Smile" as written by Piotr Fijalkowski Kevin Gritton

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing

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    General CommentOne of the best love songs ever. I don't think it gets any more simple than that.

    The author is clearly infatuated with the subject, at the very least.
    daydreamsson March 24, 2013   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this song!
    beautiful.
    shewouldnton May 19, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentwonderful.
    that line:
    And then she said
    "If I'm going to be someone else
    I'd rather be somebody else with you"
    That's exactly how I felt to her
    How does it feel?
    It's exactly how I feel about someone right now.
    bystarlighton July 15, 2008   Link

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