"Sunshine Baby" as written by Raymond Michael Garvey, Uwe Bossert, Mike Gommeringer, Sebastian Padotzke and Philipp Rauenbusch....
Won't you be my sunshine baby
In a world that's sometimes crazy

I see through my window, I see through the trees
I'm watching the world as it falls on it knees
I hope for tomorrow, I hope for today
I'm lost for the words with so much to say
No one can tell me answer me why
I'm watching the world as it's crashing me by
Can you see the reasons the ones that are true
Tell me there's me and there's me and there's you

Won't you be my sunshine baby
You know your words always save me
Won't you be my sunshine baby
In a world that's sometimes crazy

I see through my window the stars as they shine
I know in my heart that's there's still enough time
To make a difference to make a change
To make a world where we're glad that we came
All that was righteous and all that was wrong
All that was written can be undone
Tell me the reasons and say that their true
Tell me there's hope and say that it's you

Won't you be my sunshine baby
You know your words always save me
Won't you be my sunshine baby
In a world that's sometimes crazy

And I'm rooted like a willow tree
I'm reaching out to the sea
As you hold on to me
And I'm gonna stop the hands of time
So the sun can always shine
And the world will finally see

Won't you be my sunshine baby
In a world that's sometimes crazy
Won't you be my sunshine baby
You know your words always save me

Won't you be my sunshine baby
In a world that's sometimes crazy
Sometimes crazy


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"Sunshine Baby" as written by Philipp Rauenbusch Mike Gommeringer

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