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Laura Mvula – Sing To The Moon lyrics
[Verse:]
Hey there you, shattered in a thousand pieces
Weeping in the darkest nights.
Hey there you, try to stand up on your own two feet
And stumble into the sky.

[Pre-Chorus:]
When the lights go out and you’re on your own
How you’re gonna make it through till the morning sun?

[Chorus:]
Sing to the moon and the stars will shine
Over you, lead you to the other side.
Sing to the moon and the stars will shine
Over you, heaven’s gonna turn the time.

[Verse:]
Hey there you, looking for a brighter season
Need to lay your burden down.
Hey there you, drowning in a hopeless feeling,
Buried under deeper ground.

[Pre-Chorus:]
When the lights go out it’s a waiting game.
Never gonna see a day when your world will change.

[Chorus:]
Sing to the moon and the stars will shine
Over you, lead you to the other side.
Sing to the moon and the stars will shine
Over you, heaven’s gonna turn the time.

Sing to the moon and the stars will shine
Over you, lead you to the other side.
Sing to the moon and the stars will shine
Over you, heaven’s gonna turn the time
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Songwriters: LAURA MVULA, STEVEN JAMES BROWN
Sing To The Moon lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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