City wins another fight
To take the day into the night
My shadows been around for too long
Daylight understands me, the part that's not alone

Hide 'n' seek they try to be discreet
Moonlight walks with me, Sunset talks to me
But all I want from you is a brand new sunrise
Silently keeping what they are keeping

Moon clouds are flocking, streetlamps mockin'
Time to work it out somehow
But the day whispers someone
The night moves so slowly

He won't take it out on his head
night walks away with the summer
Day gives into the fall

Moonlight walks with me
Sunset talks to me
But all I want from you is a brand new sunrise


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Brand New Sunrise Lyrics as written by Graeme Clark, Marti Pellow, Neil Mitchell, Tommy Cunningham

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