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Baby turn on the light
I wanna see your face
I don't trust you out of sight
Afraid that you might fall from grace

Where does that leave me
When your broken halo's on the ground
Or maybe the question here should be
What goes on when the lights go out

It's not that I'm so scared of losing
It's not that I fear a broken heart
But I like to see the road I'm choosing
I guess I'm afraid of the dark

I guess I'm afraid of the dark
You come and go like a desert breeze
I swore I'd never let you in
You kick down my wall any time you please
Just to build it up again
How can you love so carelessly
How can you be so willing
Then you lay here silently
Making pictures on the ceiling
It's not that I'm so scared of losing
It's not that I fear a broken heart
But I like to see the road I'm choosing
I guess I'm afraid of the dark
I guess I'm afraid of the dark
Oo yea yea
You keep me afraid of the dark

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written by Jon Randall
From Jon Randall "Willin"
Eminent Records 1999
Sony / ATV Music
Jon Randall - vocals/12 string guitar
Larry Atamanuik - drums
Roy Huskey Jr - bass
Brent Truitt - organ
Jerry Douglas - lap steel guitar
Randy Stewart - harmony



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