"Southern Sun" as written by and Jamie Muhoberac Carmen T. Rizzo Jnr....
Piece by piece
I release
Once was mine
Now undone
Turned blue
Like New Orleans
And went down like
A southern sun

I still feel you
Beneath my skin
I am tempted
To throw my senses in

Cause it's easier to fly
Than to face another day
In Southern Sun
And your love is all around

Piece by piece
I release
Once was mine
Now undone
Turned blue like New Orleans
And went down like
A southern sun

I still feel you
Beneath my skin
I am tempted
To throw my senses in

Cause it's easier to fly
Than to face another day
In Southern Sun
And your love is all around
And in the air to set me free

Set me free

You last like a sun
I'm deflated
I am pieces on the wind
Unrelated

I still feel you
Beneath my skin
I am tempted
To throw my senses in

Cause it's easier to fly
Than to face another day
In southern sun
And your love is all around
In the air to set me free

Cause it's easier to fly
And in the air to set me free


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"Southern Sun" as written by Jamie Muhoberac Carmen T. Rizzo Jnr

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    My InterpretationThis song is about the liberation a girl feels during sex and surrendering her senses to passionate love.
    it's easier to share that intimacy with someone than to face another night alone, watching the sunrise.
    Rukkuson November 12, 2008   Link

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