Fine, you're gonna be fine
You don't have to worry don't you turn and run, run run
Turn your face into the sun, sun, sun

Standing in heaven but don't feel the light
The brightest colors are the black and white
You wanna dance but you don't trust your feet
You know the rhythm but can't feel the beat

The night, the night, the night is full of tears
You cry, you cry, you cry
When you feel everything's impossible
Just know you're gonna be

Fine, you're gonna be fine
You don't have to worry don't you turn and run, run run
Turn your face into the sun, sun, sun
Fine, you're gonna be fine
It's gonna be OK a brighter day will come, come, come
Turn your face into the sun, sun, sun

Turn your face into the sun, sun, sun
Turn your face into the sun, sun, sun

You got it all but you don't feel complete
Even the sweetest things are bittersweet
You're riding high but you just fear the fall
Don't even recognize yourself at all

The night, the night, the night is full of tears
You cry, you cry, you cry
Sometimes this world can leave you in the cold
But everything will be

Fine, you're gonna be fine
You don't have to worry don't you turn and run, run, run
Turn your face into the sun, sun, sun
Fine, you're gonna be fine
It's gonna be OK a brighter day will come, come, come
Turn your face into the sun, sun, sun

Fine, you're gonna be fine
You don't have to worry don't you turn and run, run, run
Turn your face into the sun, sun, sun
Fine, you're gonna be fine
It's gonna be OK a brighter day will come, come, come
Turn your face into the sun, sun, sun

Turn your face into the sun, sun, sun
Turn your face into the sun, sun, sun


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

Fine Lyrics as written by Kylie Ann Minogue Christopher Martyn Crowhurst

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, MUSHROOM MUSIC PTY LTD, Hipgnosis Songs Group

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