"All The World Tonight" as written by and Graham Patrick Colton....
All of the innocence has gone, Away
Son, someday, you'll be a man
Son, someday you'll understand
All of the air I breathe has after taste
Cause I am looking off, in the distance
Beyond the neon lights
And I can see all
All the memories are locked away
All the world tonight
Soon someday you'll take them down
All this waiting for my big parade
Cause I am looking off, in the distance
Soon someday its coming to town
Beyond the neon lights
And I can see all
The stars are out tonight
Of my good friends
But I'm missing all
And I can see all
All the world tonight
I promised I would write
Cause I'm looking off, in the distance
Beyond the neon lights
The stars are out tonight
And I missing all of my good friends
And I can see all
And I can see all
I promised I would write
The moments passing by
And all the billboard signs
Yeah I'm looking across all the buildings
I can see all
All the world
All the world tonight
Cause I can see everything
And I can see everything
Yeah, I know I got everything
And I can see everything
And I can see everything
And I can see everything
And I can see everything
Yeah, I know I got everything
Yeah yeah yeah yeah






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"All the World Tonight" as written by Graham Patrick Colton

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    General CommentI can't beleive no one has commented on this song! This is was the first of Graham Colton Band's songs I heared, and it's still my favorite. I think it's about growing up and reflecting on your experiences. It's so beautiful, I love it!
    *Bhreagh*on May 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI agree with Bhreagh! This is such a great song!
    wheresthelove024on April 22, 2007   Link

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