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A Little Light

by Sturgill Simpson

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Through all these Earthly trials of sorrow Through all these days of mortal sin Through all these eternal nights with no tomorrow Gotta stay on the straight and narrow and find a little light within Gotta walk that road all the way to Heaven Gotta walk that road until the dawn Gotta walk that road all night All you need is a little light And the closer you get, Lord, the brighter it turns on Don't need no compass no map or chart Don't need no stars shining above Don't need nothing but a little light in my heart Glowing inside me like a blanket of love Gotta walk that road all the way to Heaven Gotta walk that road until the dawn Gotta walk that road all night All you need is a little light And the closer you get, Lord, the brighter it turns on I said the closer you get, Lord, the brighter it turns on

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