Brigid O'Neill

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Folk - Contemporary | Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 149   
Member Since: 2020
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   Sounds Like: Mary Black, Emmylou Harris

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Story Behind the Song

A story of appreciating what you have, enjoying the simplest but best things in life and committing to positivit in relationships and life.

Lyrics

Turn And Face The Sun
Nothing like a brand new day?
Taking in the beauty of the morning light
?Watch the early sun light play
?If we step out of the shadows I just think we might
Take what's out there and live it
?Feel the love and give it?
And the best is yet to come?
Ever since we learned to turn and face the sun
Look at all we've got right here
?Money never really made the world go round
Now that everything's come clear?
Ain't this just the best thing that we've ever found
Take what's out there and live it?
Feel the love and give it?
And the best is yet to come?
Ever since we learned to turn and face the sun
Look at everything we've done?
Ain't it good to know we've come a long, long way Loving's still the best of fun?
And we're in it for the long run come what may
Take what's out there and live it
?Feel the love and give it?
And the best is yet to come?Ever since we learned to turn and face the sun
C2016 Brigid O'Neill/Thomm Jutz

Song Length
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Genres
Country - Americana, Country - Americana
Moods
Joyful, Cheerful

Subject Matter
Hope, Sun

Similar Artist
Alison Krauss
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Brigid O'Neill Thomm Jutz
Music Credits Brigid O'Neill Thomm Jutz
Producer Credits Gareth Dunlop