"I'll Bring the Sun" as written by and Jason Collett....
You took hold of my affections
With your Bible and your sword
Your celebrity connections
I was not used to keeping score
From your fine gilded chalice
I drank all your cheap red wine
It was a good place to be Judas (Judas)
Hiding pearls from the swine

I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun to you when I come

I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun to you when I come

You won me just as I failed you
Fist full of cake, who could refuse
All of my love got stuck in traffic (traffic)
Two thousand miles away from you
Bleeding on into the telephone
On a re-upholstered bed of nails
I'm a long, long way from home
I hope my jet-lagged heart don't fail me

I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun to you when I come

I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun
I'll bring the sun to you when I come


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"I'll Bring the Sun" as written by Jason Collett

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    General CommentThe celebrity connections seems that she's an LA girl and the "good place to be Judas" seems like he's betraying something or someone to be with her.

    It almost seems like a long distance relationship "2000 miles away from you" and him being the east coast guy feels like he's betraying home by falling in love with a west coast girl... And without him, she's lonely. Analogized by him bringing her the sun even though she's in a really warm locale...
    Boomer83on April 08, 2007   Link

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