"You Made It Right" as written by Elizabeth Anderson and John Dillon....
I've got a moon out my window in the night
And I've got a sun out my doorway when it gets light
I've got stones on the mountain and a clear, blue, wind-swept sky
Thank you, Lord
You made it right, you made it right
 
And I've got a woman to love me when I'm gone
And I've got stars to find me the way back home
I've got rain in the morning when I'm stranded all alone
Thank you, Lord
You made it right, you made it right
(ooooohhhhhhhhhh)
 
I've been standin' on a hillside in the night
And I've been singin' 'bout the good things and the light
There's a new star on the horizon and it nearly fills the sky
Thank you, Lord
You made it right, you made it right
 
There's a new star on the horizon and it nearly fills the sky
Thank you, Lord
You made it right, you made it right



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"You Made It Right" as written by John Dillon Elizabeth Anderson

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