"Sunlight" as written by and Abou Sofiane/eyerer Bouriah....
Like some old blues song might say

You had your rambling ways

You spent all last year acting like a clown

Waking up in different beds in different parts of town

You turned away the day to befriend the night

And so your face grew pale beneath the barroom lights

With no

Sunlight

Sunlight

Sunlight

Sunlight

Sewn through you and the folks you met

Was a long and lonely common thread

You could see it in their wandering gaze

Looking past each other for a better place

And it’s too dark to see what your looking for

And a borrowed cigarette is not much of a torch

You need

Sunlight

Sunlight

Sunlight

Sunlight

You drove that speed for quite a spell

We all agreed it did not suit you well

Searching at the darkest hour

Seems so silly when you look back now

Then out with friends one Sunday afternoon

You splashed and splished

And laughed and wished for june

How rare the feeling to be at your best

with the sun riding high upon both the east and west

hey yeah your search might still be a while

but it’s much less work when you can see for miles

with all that

Sunlight

Sunlight

Sunlight

Sunlight

Sunlight

Sunlight



Lyrics submitted by haleyy

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