Robbie williams - Morning sun

How do you rate the morning sun?

After a long and sleepless night,
How many stars would you give to the moon?
Can you see those stars from where you are?
Shine on the lost and loneliest,
The ones who can't get over it.
And you always wanted more than life,
And now you don't have the apetite

Send a message to the troubadour,
The world don't love you anymore,
Tell me how do you rate the morning sun?

Stuck inside the rainbow,
You could happen to be,
‘cause I've been close to where you are!
I drove to places you have seen,
It all seems so familiar,
They've been sent to kill you.

It doesn't take an astronaut
To float in the spaces just before
The morning brings the mystery,
The evening makes it history,
And tell me how do you rate the morning sun?


And the village drunk,
You know he sadly passed away,
It was a shame,
I never knew his name.
I wonder if he sat there in the morning
And watched the sunrise.

How do you rate the morning sun?
It was just a heavy for me
And all I wanted was the world.
And you were the starlet in the sun,
Don't go wasting your time,
‘cause there is no finish line.

And you don't see anything,
Not even love, not anything.
The night can take the man from you,
A sense of wonder overdue.

The morning brings the mystery,
The evening makes it history,
Who am I to rate the morning sun?

Writers: DON BLACK , ROBERT PETER WILLIAMS , KELVIN ANDREWS , DANIEL SPENCER MOULD , Richard Scott Mould , SCOTT ANDREW RALPH

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