"Phoenix" as written by and Brooke White David W. Cobb Jr.....
Early morning waking up my blinds are shut
The light is shining through
Fills up my room

Living on the radio
Making mixtapes in the backyard by the pool
Thought we were so cool

Now I'm getting older still my memory holds on to you
Oh let the light shine down on Phoenix when it rains
Cause I can't leave here knowing all of my favorite things have changed

Oh let the light shine down on Phoenix when it rains
Cause when the sun is shining you know it feels like home

Driving through the superstition mountains
Listening to our favorite tunes
On Sunday afternoon

Mom yells out in the street it's time to eat
It's time to come on home
The sun is sinkin' low

Now I'm getting older still my memory holds on to you
Oh let the light shine down on Phoenix when it rains
Cause I can't leave here knowing all of my favorite things have changed

Oh let the light shine down on phoenix when it rains
Cause when the sun is shining you know it feels like home

I've been living far away and I've come home on a rainy day
No it's not the same but I'll take it anyway!

Oh let the light shine down on Phoenix when it rains
Cause I can't leave here knowing all of my favorite things have changed

Oh let the light shine down on Phoenix when it rains
Cause when the sun is shining you know it feels like home


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"Phoenix" as written by David W. Cobb Jr. Brooke White

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