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Silver shadow
Glowing shadow
Shining brightly
For all to see


I remember gazing on this quiet night
The stars were bright as they could be
Wonderin' if things would ever go right
And if there was a spot up there for me

Then one star got brighter by the minute

Strange that it seemed to have my name written in it
I reached for the star and it kissed me with it's light
It made me cast a show that was silver and bright



Silver shadow
Glowing shadow
Shining brightly
For all to see



I never had any good reason
To thank my lucky stars
But now I got a pretty good reason cause
I know I'm gonna go so far

I believe in magic, I really do

With all that's happened
It's got to be true
I cast a silver shadow from the kiss of the light
I knew that I was destined
Starting with tonight



Silver shadow
A glowing shadow
Shining brightly
For all to see
Silver shadow
My future show
Trying to tell me
Of a star I would be



Since I was chosen among the rest
I dedicate myself, I'm gonna be the very best
And my shadow forever silver will remain
And the world will always remember my name



Silver shadow

A glowing shadow
Shining brightly
For all to see
Can't believe I cast a silver shadow
Trying to tell me
Of a star I would be
Hey -yeah


You're my shadow love
Silver and bright, a sparklin thing
Look at my shadow glow
Think I'm gonna be a star, whoa, whoa, whoa, oo, whoa
Look at my shadow glow
Glowing so brightly, this wondrous thing

Look at my shadow glow
Look at my silver shadow, shadow, shadow, shadow

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I will never, ever, never, ever live in a box.


again.


If I can't be appreciated, celebrated, loved, and befriended with honestly and openly....with no conditions and controls.....then I can't be....for you.

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