"Sunrise" as written by Bob Marlette, Richard Young, Fred K Young, Christopher Bryant Robertson, Benjamin Daniel Wells, John Frederick Young and Jonathan Michael Lawhon....
I've gotta hold on
As these days go by
I keep on fallin'
You walk away

I give you everything, that I have to give
Made my sacrifice, but you won't let me live
Love is so green, in a beautiful kind of way
You've got me wrapped around, your prison ball and chain

I've gotta hold on
As all these days go by
Hold on baby, yeah
'Cus I'm fallin'
And you keep on walkin' away
And I can not see the sunrise

You can never tell which you're gonna be
'Cus you're so obsessed, with your personalities
Love is so sick, and you know God is love
You think you're somethin', somethin' from above

I've gotta hold on
As all these days go by
Hold on baby, yeah
'Cus I'm fallin'
And you keep on walkin' away
And I can not see the sunrise
I've gotta hold on
As all these days go by
Hold on baby, yeah
'Cus I'm fallin'
And you keep on walkin' away
And I can not see the sunrise


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"Sunrise" as written by Benjamin Daniel Wells John Frederick Young

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    Song MeaningI love this song, its one of my favourites from the album i feel that he is saying that he is really in love with this girl but shes too stuck up too see that and wont ever realise how much she likes him. Although he is determined to show her. The sunrise bit means that he will never see the sunrise because he feels he will be chasing her forever, and the sunrise marks the end of the day or the end of something. It could also mean it in a romantic way, as the sunrise is a romantic activity, and that he feels that he will never experience that with her.
    deadevil13on October 02, 2009   Link

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