"Face the Sun" as written by James Hillier Blount and Robson Steve....
Yes, this love's not good enough
It's time to let it go
Our weary hearts just fall apart
I feel it in my bones

And God knows
That it's hard to find the one
But in time
All the flowers turn to face the sun

So silently just walk with me
Like any other day
No sad goodbyes, no tears, no lies
Just go our separate ways

And God knows
That it's hard to find the one
But in time, all the flowers
Yes in time
All the flowers turn to face the sun

Yeah, you say what you say
Then you do it to me anyway
You do what you do
Then you walk away, you walk away
You say what you say
Then you do it to me anyway
You do what you do
Yeah, I know, it's true

And God knows
That it's hard to find the one
But in time
All the flowers
Yes in time, all the flowers
Turn to face the sun


Lyrics submitted by krekry, edited by alexsomers

"Face the Sun" as written by James Blount Stephen Paul Robson

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    My InterpretationHe finally is trying to let go of the one and is going to move on with his life. He seems to have lost hope and wants a close tie to another because loneliness is eating him up from the desire of the one not wanting him in return that unrequited love. But he still has hope that one day she will realize he was the one for her and will feel regret in the end.
    regina1173on April 02, 2017   Link

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