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There's a light from afar
Like some distant star
It doesn't really matter where you are

One man was happy
One lived in sorrow
Overseer said they'll meet tomorrow
One man was wealthy
One had to borrow
Overseer said they'll meet tomorrow

There's a light from afar
Like some distant star
It doesn't really matter where you are
It's just the same

Moon's silver face
Dark shadows on the wall
Light playing games as evening falls
And when the sunshine
Can't warm your heart again
Soar with the starlight on the evening wind

There's a light from afar
Like some distant star
It doesn't really matter where you are

There's a way
Even though your heart is broken
Now by the close
Of one door
Another opens

Leave your heat wide open

The door will open

There's a light from afar
Like some distant star
It doesn't matter where you are
It's just the same
It's just the same
It's just the same
It's just the same



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