To Love! To Shine!

We all need to shine on to see
How far we've come on our journey
How far yet to go searchin' for our star

Deep in the night I pray in my heart
For that special light
To shower me with love
To shower me with power
To shine from above

I gotta get to the Edge of Soul
To carry on what I believed
In from the very start
I gotta get to the Edge of Soul
To carry on deep in my heart

To love! To shine!
To love! To shine!

Come strip down and face it, your all
'Bout time you broke down your wall
Free your mind, a brand new world
Waits for you, you'll find

Nobody can just do it for you
It's time that you knew
It's up to you to love
It's up to you to shine
The light true'n blue

You gotta get to the Edge of Soul
To carry on what you believed
In from the very start (x3)

You gotta get to the Edge of Soul
To carry on deep in your heart (x2)

To love! To shine!
To love! To shine!

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    This song is from the soundtrack of the video game Soul Blade for the Playstation. Khan is a Japanese band, and although I haven't heard a lot of their stuff, they are actually very good :) Both songs in this database for Khan are from the Soul Blade soundtrack, but hopefully I might be able to get more of their song lyrics up sometime.
    VamprincessNoaon July 30, 2002   Link

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