"Morning Light" as written by and David Falzone....
One sad and lonely night, sittin' at home in a world of silence
She don't wanna be there all her life
Things have gotta change, reaching out but can't explain
"Do you want to be here?"
Well, you're all I ever dreamed of
Your stars align in three sums oh that's right

With the morning light, got your mind in sight
And I wanna be there all my life
With the morning light, got your mind in sight
And I want to be there

Some things just never change, sitting at home still feeling the same
Somehow she don't know there's so much more
Try to understand, share that tear and holding her hand
"Do you want to be here?"
Well, you're all I ever dreamed of
You're stars and nines and threesomes, oh that's right

With the morning light, got your mind in sight
And I want to be there all my life
With the morning light, got your mind in sight
And I want to be there
Well you're all I ever dreamed of
Your stars align in three sums, oh that's

Right on time with the bomb that I hid – to get that girl to admit she hit a new all time low –
and lower as the earth would permit
We thought the ground would break her fall. But now, she's rising above us all – ya now she's rising above us all.

Well, you're all I ever dreamed of. You're stars and nines and threesomes, oh that's right
And with the morning light, got your mind in sight and I want to be there all my life.
With the morning light, got your mind in sight and I want to be there…
Well, you're all I ever dreamed of. You're stars align in three sums.
You're all I ever dreamed of oh, that's right.


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"Morning Light" as written by David Falzone

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