"The Sun Is Always Blinding Me" as written by Darren Hayes and Francis White....
From the top of a church on a hill
To the tip of a dragonfly wing
From the shine of a hood of cab
To a shimmering diamond within on a ring
That was worn through two world wars

From a smile that soars though its old and worn
And two blue eyes forever seem in cold, oh

The sun is always blinding me with her light
The day is always hiding behind the night
And one day everybody will be alright
Go on blinding me with her light, ooh

From the glare of a red traffic light
To the blur of a bicycle wheel
From the flare of a camera lens
To a fluorescent light that ignites and displays
Someone leaving a goodbye note

From a pen made of steel and reflection of hope
And it took some words to stir an aching soul, ooh

The sun is always blinding me with her light
The day is always hiding behind the night
And one day everybody will be alright
Go on blinding me with her light

From a fire that burns in the darkest well of a cave so enslaved
I can hear her yell, I can tell this bird just wants to be free, oh, no, no
So set her free, ooh
Ooh, and if this world should ever leave you cold, ooh

The sun is always blinding me with her light
The day is always hiding behind the night
And one day everybody will be alright
Go on blinding me with her light

The sun is always blinding me with her light
The day is always hiding behind the night
And one day everybody will be alright
Go on blinding me with her light, ooh
It's gonna be alright, oh



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"The Sun Is Always Blinding Me" as written by Darren Stanley Hayes Francis Eg White

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    General CommentI think this is a fairly literal song. He's reminding people that when everything seems dark and cold, appreciate the beauty of the sun. Like day always follows night, a person's dark times will get better. He points out a number of ordinary day-to-day scenes to appreciate the bright light of the sun.

    Its placement as a transition from some of the darkest songs in This Delicate Thing We've Made to some more upbeat ones is brilliant.
    Polemarchon July 23, 2008   Link

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