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  1. See the Sun

This song describes thoughts about the political situation in the U.S. – but with some hope that comes from many people trying to stand up in their own way against the regressive nature of the leaders – and the idea that something better will come from this. In this song you have the juxtaposition of upbeat music with some somber words.

It's a call to action.

The hope is that the music creates energy to motivate caring and concern for others.

Lyrics

See The Sun

Words and Music by Glenn Matthes

Sorry they don't care - that you have a family to feed
They want to take away your rights - and really make you bleed
They don't care if you cry - or if you even survive
cause they'd be a little poorer - if everyone stayed alive

I want to take you
Ah I want to take you away

Send flowers to - send flowers to all the bleeding hearts
Good luck to all the people trying to reach someone
This moment it won't last - one day we'll learn from the past
No time to hide - let's keep up the fight - oh
To someday see the sun – Oh to someday see the sun

They've got bridges to reject - and they wish we'd fly away
They have a lot of power - and messed up things to say
Let's say what we mean - and mean what we feel inside
It's our only light - if we want to get out alive

I want to take you
Ah I want to take you away

Send flowers to - send flowers to all the bleeding hearts
Good luck to all the people trying to reach someone
This moment it won't last - one day we'll learn from the past
No time to hide - let's keep up the fight - oh
To someday see the sun – Oh to someday see the sun

Let's show we care - let's reach out - let's understand - let's reach out X2
Yoh . . .

I want to take you
Ah I want to take you away
Send flowers to - send flowers to all the bleeding hearts
Good luck to all the people trying to reach someone
This moment it won't last - one day we'll learn from the past
No time to hide - let's keep up the fight - oh
To someday see the sun – Oh to someday see the sun – oh oh to someday see the sun
©, Glenn Matthes, 2017