"Go Where The Sun Is Brighter" is the B-side of Claude's 1977 single "So Near And Yet So Far" and the English version of "Y'A Le Printemps Qui Chante". Written by Jean-Pierre Bourtayre, Claude François,...
When your worries get you down
And you want to leave the town
To walk where the blossom falls
Wander by the willow trees
Hear the message of the breeze
As birds sing their welcome calls.
Get out of here, run to the station
And you would share a new sensation.

Hou, go, go where the sun, go where the sun is brighter.
Go, go where your heart, go where your heart is lighter.
Go where there are flowers, know wonderful hours.
Know there may be showers, they can never last forever.
Go, go where the stars, go where the stars are clearer.
Go, go where the moon, go where the moon seems nearer.
Go, you'll find a home there, go, you're not alone there.
Go, you want to roam there, cast your eyes on new horizons.

Walking in the woods with you
You'll forget you ever knew
A time when life got you down.
Looking in the silver streams
You reflect on all the dreams
That don't have a place in town.
Get out of here, run to the station and you will share a new sensation.

Go, go where the sun, go where the sun is brighter.
Go, go where your heart, go where your heart is lighter.
Go where there are flowers, know wonderful hours.
Know there may be showers, they can never last forever.
Go, go where the stars, go where the stars are clearer.
Go, go where the moon, go where the moon seems nearer.
Go, you'll find a home there, go, you're not alone there.
Go, you want to roam there, cast your eyes on new horizons.


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