"Glimmer" as written by Kim Oliver and Matthew Hales....
I know that I was lost
And I know that it was too too hard
And although it isn't much
I give you all I have

There's a mirror in the old place
A place where we would stand
And wonder at our sweet sweet selves
Smiling hand in hand, this wasn't what we planned

Thought the night has fallen
I close my eyes and imagine
A tiny glimmer flickering on the horizon

It takes time to get it right
Takes no time to get it wrong
I can't believe I didn't see
The ground was caving in, oh, can we just start again?

Thought the night has fallen
I close my eyes and imagine
A tiny glimmer flickering on the horizon

Everyday, everyday, living my life like it's over
Like it's over and deep underground
Little look, little smile, flick the switch and it's over
Like it's lost and can never be found

But maybe there's a tiny glow
That won't die and won't leave us alone
Star shining, the sun is rising, ooh, ooh

There's a tiny glimmer flickering on the horizon
Can you see it? Can you see it there?
Can you see it? Can you see it there's
A tiny glimmer flickering on the horizon

It takes time to get it right



Lyrics submitted by dustfinger

"Glimmer" as written by Matthew Hales Kim Oliver

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentI cannot believe that no one has commented on this song.
    It is such a pretty one. The music is beautiful the vocals amazing.
    The lyrics are pretty straight forward in my opinion. how even during the bad times you should look on the bright side, pretty much. except aqualung says this much more eloquently ;-)
    salmanderzon October 29, 2008   Link
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    My InterpretationThis song gives me hope! Can you see it? A tiny glimmer flickering on the horizon?
    I think it means that how dark or bad your life can be.. there is still hope that there can be light!
    MariekeSTon September 15, 2010   Link

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