"The Sun" as written by Scott A Mcmicken, Toby Mark Leaman and Robert Brandon Beaver....
This song is for a man and a moon that's hanging low
Trust in your light you know
'Cause it ain't just the sun that's gotta glow

The fog is thick in sound and people talking much too loud
And when the lights go down
There's nothing like the comfort of the road

I don't want all the trees to die among the hearts of men
And I have met a man unlike most that I can call a friend

This song is for a man and a moon that's hanging low
Trust in your light you know
'Cause it ain't just the sun that's that gotta glow
No, it ain't just the sun that's gotta glow

Some times you open your eyes, dark is the only light you see
Seeing through the dark, it's still the light, it's still the light
It's still the light to me, it's still the light to me

All these little girls talk with too many words and
All these little worlds collide
All you've got left is the path that you light by yourself

This song is for a man and a moon that's hanging low
Trust in your light you know
'Cause it ain't just the sun that's that gotta glow
No, it ain't just the sun that's gotta glow
No, it ain't just the sun that's gotta glow


Lyrics submitted by demyelinated

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