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Let It Shine lyrics

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Stephen Stills – Let It Shine lyrics

There's a light on over my head, my Lord
There's a light on over my head, my Lord
Let it shine, let it shine, although it may not be the only one
Let it shine, shine, shine, although it may not be the only one

There's a moon roof over my head, my Lord
And my Lincoln is still the best thing built by Ford
Let it roll, let it roll, although it may not be the only one
Let me ride, ride, ride, ride, although I may not be the only one

I got religion in the airport, my Lord
They caught me waiting on my baggage when I was bored
Let them chant, let them chant, although they may not be the only one
Let them dance, dance, dance, although they may not be the only one

There's a light on over my head, my Lord
There's a light on over my head, let it shine
Let it shine, let it shine, although it may not be the only one
Let me shine, shine, shine, shine although I may not be the only one
Oh Lord, let me shine, shine, shine, although I may not be the only one



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