"Sun" as written by Edward Joel Kowalczyk, Chad David Taylor, Patrick Dahlheimer and Chad Alan Gracey....





let the world be the world

let the dream unfurl

let it run its own game

let it dance with itself

I didn't put it here

gonna let it ride

gotta master crazy on the other side

wakin' me up



I ain't got no brains

I can't trust my eyes

what good's a beautiful day

if you can't see the light?

I can't find my fate

well then I must be blind

with the force and fire of love

that's takin over my mind

wakin' me up

obligin' me to the sun

obligin' me to the sun



sun sun merciful one

sun sun

sun sun won't you lay down your light on

us

sun sun



let the world be the world

let the girl be the girl

let her beauty move ya

let her dance be your guide

let your hunger grow

but don't eat the fruit "too low"

keep climbin' for the kisses on the other

side

wakin' me up obligin' me to the sun

obligin' me to the sun



sun sun merciful one

sun sun

sun sun won't you lay down your light on

us

sun sun



all we need is to come into the sun

we've been out in the dark for so long

all I need, all we need, all I need, all we

need! yeah!





Lyrics submitted by Caverna[RR]

"Sun" as written by Chad David Taylor Chad Alan Gracey

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    General CommentWhy has no one written anything about this song? This is an awesom song.
    mixedupspazon March 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWell it is one of the more lucid Live songs. What's to say that isn't fairly evident? In this song the speaker embraces fate and love. Musically this song carries a sense of adventure lacking in most of Live's other work.
    Ventifacton September 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentWell, lacking in lots of the other songs on this album, but not lacking in their other albums, actually.
    Ventifacton September 23, 2006   Link

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