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Karin Park – Brightest Day lyrics

Come out of your house
Iґve been standing here for days
Come and wipe the rain out of my face
Iґve been out here for days
with my transisted radio high above my head
And I have music for your ears
Iґm gonna wait here

Itґs raining down, but Iґm shure it you come out
this will be the brightest day
The walk is too long, your mother needs you at home
but I say letґs go anyway

I can take of my clothes
Run around here like a clown
Just to make shure you are having fun
Iґm at your door again
And if you donґt open up Iґll be here till the bitter end
I have music for your ears
Iґm gonna wait here


I say letґs go, itґs not too late
To see the fireworks in the rain
This would be the brightest day

Donґt take it away from me
Iґm here, Iґm all for youHow can you resist me?


I know itґs still raining
But what are you saying?
How long must I wait?
Iґll never stop trying
Come out of your house, to see the parade
How long must I wait?
How long will it take?
The walk is too long and your mother needs you at home
Let's go anyway

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