28 Thousand Days

Album: non-album single (2015)
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  • Uh, yeah
    Uh
    Blood in my eye, hand on my heart
    Feet on the ground, head to the sky
    'Cause trouble ain't no friend of mine
    Ain't no giving it up, no more wasting time

    If you had twenty eight thousand days
    Who would you love, where would you go?
    What would you celebrate?
    I'm telling you that life's too short to just throw it away
    So have the time of your life, so have the time of your life
    Hey, ey, ey
    Hey, ey, ey
    Hey, ey, ey

    Back from hell with my angel wings
    Ain't no fear in my voice
    'Cause I'm making a choice
    The devil ain't no friend of me
    And that clock on the wall is telling me

    (That there's just) there's only twenty eight thousand days
    Who would you love, where would you go?
    What would you celebrate?
    I'm telling you that life's too short to just throw it away
    So have the time of your life, so have the time of your life
    Hey, ey, ey
    Hey, ey, ey
    Hey, ey, ey
    Hey, ey, ey

    There's only twenty eight thousand days
    Who would you love, where would you go?
    What would you celebrate?
    I'm telling you that life's too short to just throw it away
    So have the time of your life, so have the time of your life
    Hey, ey, ey
    Hey, ey, ey
    Hey, ey, ey
    Hey, ey, ey
    Hey, ey, ey Writer/s: ALICIA AUGELLO-COOK, HAROLD LILLY, MARK BATSON
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group
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