Thursday, August 11, 2011

Collective Soul - Shine - Acoustic



Great video of Collective Soul performing Shine acoustically. Shine is From Collective Soul's debut album titled "Hints Allegations and Things Left Unsaid" - released 1993 http://www.collectivesoul.com/board_posts/hints-allegations-and-things-left-unsaid Lyrics Give me a word Give me a sign Show me where to look Tell me what will I find (What will I find?) Lay me on the ground Fly me in the sky Show me where to look Tell me what will I find (What will I find?) Chorus Yeah, yeah, yea Oh, Heaven let your light shine down (x4) Love is in the water Love is in the air Show me where to look Tell me will love be there (Will love be there?) Teach me how to speak Teach me how to share Teach me where to go Tell me will love be there (Will love be there?) Chorus Give me a word Give me a sign Show me where to look Tell me what will I find (What will I find?) Lay me on the ground Fly me in the sky Show me where to look Tell me what will I find (What will I find?) Chorus I'm going to let it shine (x2) Heaven's little light gonna shine on me Yeah yeah Heaven's little light gonna shine on me Shine, shine on me Shine, come on and shine credits to videopimp for ripping www.videopimp.org

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