"When The Light" as written by Richard Joshua Brown, Gregg Hionis, Zachariah Alan Simms, Christopher Marc Pangallo, Joseph Alan Pangallo and Pete Thornton....
One hundred miles to drive
A word that whispers in my mind
I’ve found the truth still rhymes sometimes
A soul searches for signs
The highway smiles with high headlights
A savior smile in my head

When the light shines on my face the world becomes so small
When the night finds me this way I know I’m not alone
When the light shines on my face

A parable is told
Of seed that fell beside the road
When other ones are sown
A thistle grows to choke the rose
And the good ground shows
A vine that grows upon the wall
The vine of life will lead us
Into a light that frees us

When the light shines on my face the world becomes so small
When the night finds me this way I know I’m not alone
When the light shines on my face the chains are broken off
When the light shines on my face
When the light shines on my face

With me come one and all
Follow me to the secret place
Fall onto the love that falls
On every heart to wash away
Every wrong and fault
Every bitter thought today
You can find freedom
You could be saved
You will find freedom

When the light shines on your face the world becomes so small
When the night finds you this way you know you're not alone
When the light shines on your face the chains are broken off
When the light shines on your face
When the light shines on your face
When the light shines on my face


Lyrics submitted by Tarakoni

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