"Here Comes The Sun Again" as written by and Matthew Ward....
Kingdoms and queens they all bow down to you
Ranches and ranch hands are bowing too
And I'm takin off my straw hat for you, singin'
Here comes the sun again

And the leaves on the trees they all call out your name,
Chrome on the freight line shines the same,
And the stars in their cars roll their tops down for you, singin'
Here comes the sun again

Oh but if you're gonna stay,
Show some mercy today
Blow that breeze on my face

Snow banks and drifts down the hillside for you
Slides inside sandy river before the day is through
And before evenin falls I may find myself there too, singin'
Here comes the sun again,
Here comes the sun again...


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"Here Comes the Sun Again" as written by Matthew Ward

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    General Commentthis is such a cool summery song, I think it is a daytime version of Pink Moon. Whats funny is that Cadillac took this song for a commercial, (remember that VW used Pink Moon for the Cabrio commercial), and they executed it very well. I like how he says 'for you'
    lukewagoneeron February 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI like how he sings to the sun as though it's a beautiful woman. The lyrics are very sensual (i.e. "slides inside sandy river").
    goddesscarolineon September 28, 2010   Link
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    General Commenti love this song almost as much as i love my subaru outback ;)
    Colosimoon January 10, 2012   Link
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    General CommentThere is a Sandy River that runs along the road to Mt Hood. In Oregon there are long stretches of rainy days so when the sun finally comes out you really appreciate it.
    chillsboroon December 09, 2015   Link

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