"Sideways to the Sun" as written by Eamon John Carr, Barry Devlin, John Martin Richard Fean, James Francis Lockhart and Charles Leslie O'connor....
Use both your hands to hold me.
Tight! Tighter than you should.
My heart is cold as steel
But my body's flesh and blood.
Walking hand in hand with silver,
Close as gold to kiss,
Only lovers left alive
And they're swallowed in the mist.

I'm your Sword of Light.
Won't you be mine tonight.
I'm your Sword of Light tonight,
Going to scorch you deep inside,
Make you glad to be alive
Because I'm your Sword of Light.

Wrap tight your cloak around me
And I'll whisper close my dreams.
My home is such a long way
And I'm older than I seem.
I've come a long way with the good news;
I know you need my help.
But don't ask me to be your guide
I'm a stranger here myself.

I'm your Sword of Light.
Won't you be mine tonight.
I'm your Sword of Light tonight,
Going to scorch you deep inside,
Make you glad to be alive
Because I'm your Sword of Light.

Use both your hands to hold me.
Tight! and tighter should.
My heart is cold as steel
But my body's flesh and blood.
Walking hand in hand with silver,
Close as gold to kiss,
Only lovers left alive
And they're swallowed in the mist.

I'm your Sword of Light.
Won't you be mine tonight.
I'm your Sword of Light tonight,
Going to scorch you deep inside,
Make you glad to be alive
Because I'm your Sword of Light.


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"Sideways to the Sun" as written by Charles Leslie O'connor Barry Devlin

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