"Bigot Sunshine" as written by and Emerson Hart....
Big wings, and small waters
Carry me back home
Small minds stand protected
Under bigot sunshine

I'm not alone
But I'm far from home

Main street, standing naked on the fourth of July
Down stream, all the maniacs, on my face they spy

I'm not alone
But I'm far from home
You can never go home again
You can never act the way that you did back then

Big wings, and small waters
Carry me back home
Small minds stand protected
Under bigot sunshine



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"Bigot Sunshine" as written by Emerson Hart

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    General CommentI'm thinking that some guy used to have a home town, and then he became a bigot, so they gave him the boot, and now he can never go home again.
    Preciouszipsteron March 09, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI interpreted it as the opposit precious, that he realized how bigoted his hometown was and can't go back.
    Seraph47on December 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI agree seraph - " you can never act the way you did back then, when you were just a little boy"
    definetly about someone who has grown up surrounded by very close-minded people and is reflecting on the vast difference between himself and the others
    Rainmaker91on April 22, 2010   Link

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