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Cibelle – Train Station lyrics

For your circle days
A little bit of sunshine
Feel drops of water and footsteps
The soul pushes against the stairs alone
With pianos in your hair
That's when I wish for you in the train station

When there's only you with your sweating
On your forehead and
I wish you a sunny day, a clearer sky
And the warmth of soft hands
Against your cheeks

In the train station
Where I disappear
You can see me here in down there
With my??????
I see you where you stand at night
Wish you good days
Good days

For your circle days
A little bit of sunshine
A little bit of sunshine
Just a little bit more sunshine (sunshine)
Just a little bit of sunshine
Just a little bit more

In the train station
I'll see you there behind???
When you look at your own forehead and think
Is it what if I could not??? A little bit only
I wish you a sunny day
Even if outside there's rain
I wish you a sunny day
Sunny, sunny day
I wish you a sunny day
Com muito, muito sol
Muito sol
Muito sol

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