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Lone Justice — You Are the Light
Album: Lone Justice
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Total ratings: 44









Released: 1985
Length: 3:54
Plays (last 30 days): 0
You are the light in my dark world
You are the fire that will always burn
You are the light, you are the light
You are the light in my dark world

Oh how you shine in my time of darkness
Oh how you shine when everything seems hopeless
You know how to help me when I can't stand on my own
Don't let go now

You are the light in my dark world
You are the fire that will always burn
You are the light, you are the light
You are the light in my dark world

Oh how you shine in my time of indecision
Oh how you shine, gonna give this girl some vision
You know how to let go when I can't stand on my own
Don't let go now

You are the light in my dark world
You are the fire that will always burn
You are the light, you are the light
You are the light in my dark world

You know how to let go when I can't stand on my own
Don't let go now

You are the light in my dark world
You are the fire that will always burn
You are the light, you are the light
You are the light in my dark world

You are the light in my dark world
You are the fire that will always burn
You are the light, you are the light
You are the light in my dark world
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"Soap, Soup And Salvation" Live:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6B0fVsm3rME

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Maria McKee recent tv iInterview:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0AgtlGZAOw

I got up from dinner to rate this a one. It is pure, unadulterated crap. Country crap. How many one ratings does it take to get Bill to get the idea? No idea. He's still playing it. It's his station but then again, everyone has to play shitty songs to make us appreciate the good ones.

And he plays lots of those.

You're forgiven.

For now.
Keep it on the list Bill!! I LOVE this song!! Saw them many many times here in L.A. . . .

as in other places, in the RP Station also it has exclusions and reserves.... -     7 / 8.


it is a fact, Ms. Maria McKee a great singer in any part of the world; i think she has a new album (2008) published in United States of America, and she is originary of Los Angeles, California State.


Not so liked, huh? Guess I'll have to file the antipathy under "Inexplicable". Americans will vote for Reagan and Bush but don't recognise a genius under their noses...
Boring, bad production, bad bass playing. In general . . . Yuk!
I\'ve heard worse. This sounds like a bad imitation of Ronnie Sepctor, though.
I always liked this song. I was surprised to hear it here.
I would rather have railroad spikes driven through my feet than listen to this rubbish.
Right up there with Debbie Boone\'s \"You Light Up My Life\". :p :roll: :eek:
A great song from a once very promising band . . . saw them many times back in the \'80\'s . . . the Palomino, etc. ahhhhh those were the days . . .
Originally Posted by ScottFromWyoming: Maria McKee has always had a problem choosing material. This isn't much good, I don't think.
I agree with you regarding choice of material. I love her voice, though. I enjoyed "Love is a Red Dress" on the Pulp Fiction soundtrack. Wish we would hear more from her.
Nice song since it\'s 10 degrees up here in Wisconsin and -13 below wind chill. :frustrated:
Maria McKee has always had a problem choosing material. This isn't much good, I don't think.
:) Wow, this is a blast from the past for me. The first time I listened to this album I was down at Camp Lejeune having been called up for Desert Storm.
You are the suck, in this sucky song. I wish there was an emoticon of someone puking.
I\'ve had this CD for a number of years and I enjoy it. Strangely, I think this CD was recommended to me by an InFlight airline magazine. Anyway, this is the first I\'ve heard this song on RP. It seems like a KPIG song, alas...