Alexandria Rios

(12/21/95 / Mesa, AZ)

Sunshine(a song)


Shining so bright up in the sky
The brightest thing in the world
Other than you
Sunshine...
ooh oow oh

Sunshine...oh oh oh
You are the sunshine in my eyes
the light in my soul
Sunshine...
ooh oow oh
(chorus)
Moonlit nights
Sunshining days
Sunshine...Sunshine
oh oow oh
Sunshine...

Yea, yea, yea
Sunshine that never dies out
The way you look into my eyes
Burns just like the sunshine
Sunshine...oh oh oh oow
(chorus)

Baby...
The light in your eyes
Makes my heart melt
Like ice in the sun
Sunshine, sunshine, sunshine
oh oh oh
(chorus) x2
(sunshine, oh oh oh)
6\20\08

Submitted: Monday, June 23, 2008
Edited: Saturday, October 11, 2008

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