"Canadian Sunrise" as written by and Besen....
World tired, bone weary
Can't stand another day of rain
Go shout your troubles to the mountains
But the mountains echo back, it's the same old shame
Crying give me a sign, give me a sign

However rough the road, however dark the skies
Your frozen soul will melt like April ice
When a shot of gold hits your eyes
Canadian Sunrise
Canadian Sunrise

Fields smoking, dust choking
When's it going to rain again
You had big dreams, now they've all gone flat
Blown away to nothing by the prairie wind
Crying give me a sign, give me a sign


However rough the road, however dark the skies
Your frozen soul will melt like April ice
When a shot of gold hits your eyes
Canadian Sunrise
Canadian Sunrise

Between a rock and the raging sea
Running 'til you're ragged and tossed
Searching for something you think you'll never find
Then you find out it was never lost
Crying give me a sign, give me a sign

However rough the road, however dark the skies
Your frozen soul will melt like April ice
When a shot of gold hits your eyes
Canadian Sunrise
Canadian Sunrise


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