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The Sun in My Bones

Russ writes on relationships, people management, music, and poetry. He is originally from South Africa and now lives in the UK.

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I see it rising and I can’t wait to be, in the sunshine

it warms my heart and, builds up hope for some bright times riff

I got the sun in my bones, please don’t leave me alone

say what you want to say, it’s the African way

and now the sun is in place, I got a smile on my face

I love the human race, it’s the only way


you touch my life you, give me your love, and you have mine

a smile lights up the, same part of me, and we both shine

I got the sun in my bones, please don’t leave me alone

say what you want to say, it’s the African way

and now the sun is in place, I got a smile on my face

I love the human race, it’s the only way

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did you hear the sunbird sing, I thought I had heard everything

tears of laughter, tears of joy, make for a happy boy

I see it rising and I can’t wait to be, in the sunshine

it warms my heart and, builds up hope for some bright times

I got the sun in my bones, please don’t leave me alone

say what you want to say, it’s the African way

and now the sun is in place, I got a smile on my face

I love the human race, it’s the only way


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Comments

Russ Baleson (author) from Sandhurst, United Kingdom on August 03, 2020:

And thank you Larry! Hamba Kahle

Larry Conners from Northern Arizona on August 03, 2020:

Great lyrics, catchy rhythm, and that mellifluous voice, what's not to like about your song...Thank you for this... Sala kahle...Larry

Russ Baleson (author) from Sandhurst, United Kingdom on August 03, 2020:

Thanks Peggy

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on August 03, 2020:

These are such beautiful thoughts. I feel like I have some "sun in my bones" after reading this.

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