Monday Song

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Happy Monday, peeps! This week we are going to get an idea of how the rest of the dry and hot predicted summer may feel like. The sun is out and I feel like sharing an uplifting feel-good song. Have a great start into the new week, everybody!

Salvation – The Strumbellas

I like to dance under street lamps and walk upon the clouds
I like to shout from the rooftops and surf on top of the crowd
(Oh oh oh, oh oh)
For many years, many years I was scared of the person I was
And I’m not perfect they say, but I know that I was born to be loved
(Oh oh oh, oh oh)

Hey hey hey, will they love me now?

Hey now kid, you’re my salvation!
Just put it all out, don’t let your head down
All my life they never told me
They never said that it’d be so hard

I like to spend all my money on things that I don’t need
I like to sleep all the day ’cause this life is easier in dream
(Oh oh oh, oh oh)
Yeah in my dreams, in my dreams well I think about the places I have been
And I can’t regret what I have done, it’s the past that makes me who I am
(Oh oh oh, oh oh)

Hey hey hey, will they love me now?

Hey now kid, you’re my salvation!
Just put it all out, don’t let your head down
All my life they never told me
They never said that it’d be so hard

Even when the sun goes down
I’ll be there to hold and love you
Even when the day is done
I will be the one you can run to
Even when I’m dead and gone
I will always watch out for you
Now until the day we meet again
Until we meet again

Hey now kid, you’re my salvation!
Just put it all out, don’t let your head down
All my life they never told me
They never said that it’d be so hard
They never said that it’d be so hard

Sources: YouTube/AZLyrics
Writers: JONATHAN HEMBREY, DARRYL JAMES, DAVID RITTER, JEREMY DRURY, ISABEL RITCHIE, JOANNE SETTERINGTON, SIMON WARD
In Love and Light

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