"Reach For The Sun" as written by and Cody Michael/czap Payne....
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I wrote a song about war, the kind that lives in your head.
I found a place I can sit, a place where everyday light hits.
Like the palm of your hand when you're reaching for something that's balled up in the sky.
That's the way I like to see myself; reaching for just one star at a time.

I heard what was a song inside the earth. I put my ear to the ground and I sang with every word.

See, I got lost in the sound.
It was the moment I felt sick, just when I needed it most.
There is not much to explain, except I found myself blinded by every bit of light.
I felt so safe inside the sight of the sun.
I really think I'm home now, I really think that.

I heard what was a song inside the earth.
I put my ear to the ground and I sang with every word.
I felt a wave so strong, I fell right in it.
It hit so hard and it took my spirit.
Know that I belong to you until I die.

I remember giving this a try

I screamed so loud, 'cause that's exactly how I felt.
It broke me out, and I gave up all my plans. I set them down, 'cause I really need to see the sun again.
Don't worry, 'cause I'll be fine.


Lyrics submitted by TSostarich, edited by someguySoupboy

"Reach for the Sun" as written by Bryan Alan Czap A.j. Perdomo

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentTo me this song is about this person going to a place where he could sit and just think about everything. Just sit and think about his/her life. It's about this person going through a really hard time and feeling like everything is breaking down. Until he/She finally finds that one thing that made him/her truly happy.
    SayChristopheron June 26, 2009   Link

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