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Sunshine in the afternoon
And the birds were singing a summer tune
As I lingered up to the sky
Well, my eyes they caught such a strange surprise
Something about it just didn't seem right
I thought you only saw the moon late at night
(Sunshine in the afternoon)
(And the birds were singing a summer tune)
Moon days are hard days, but
Someday we'll understand it better, yeah
Moon days are dark days, but
I pray that Jesus shines the light of day
In the struggle of daily life
There's a constant battle of wrong and right
Just when everything looks so nice
There's a demon wrapping your better side
People trying to find a balance in life
The dark is always trying to push out the light
Hey, hey
(In the struggle of daily life)
(There's a constant battle of wrong and right)
Well, the future's looking bright and clear
Though the moonshine lingers in our ears
Oh, but God is smiling 'round the bend
Through the living and trying
His love is still shining
Bring the light of day again



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