Lifetime

Album: Our Version Of Events (2012)
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Songfacts®:

  • Sandé explained the song's meaning to Q magazine: "'Lifetime' is about everything changing, I guess it has a similar sentiment to 'Where I Sleep,' and it's about something that you'll love forever. For me that's music, for other's it might be something else. The industry that we're in moves so fast, things can change within a week or two and you never quite know where you stand."

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