I Want It All

Album: High School Musical 3 (2008)
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  • Imagine having everything we ever dreamed
    Don't you want it (maybe)
    Can't you see it (kinda)
    Imagine first audition after college I get the lead
    (Apart from me) well of course
    (Yeah right), you've gotta believe it
    Keep talkin'

    You and I all the fame
    Sharpay and what's his name
    Sound exciting (inviting)
    Let's do it then (let's sing)

    Personal stylist
    Agent and a publicist
    But where do I fit into this
    With you we can win

    Win the part (think bigger)
    Become superstars (that's better)
    Don't you see that bigger is better
    And better is bigger
    A little bit is ever enough, no no no

    Don't you want it all
    You want it, you know that you want it
    The fame and the fortune and more
    You want it all
    You want it, you know that you want it
    You gotta have your star on the door

    You want the world nothing less
    All the glam and the press
    Only giving you the best reviews
    Say it

    I want it all
    I want it, I want it, want it
    My name in lights in Carnegie Hall
    I want it all

    Can't you see it (yeah)
    They're gonna love me
    Hmm mmm mmm, I mean, us

    Red carpet, rose bouquets
    Crowd waiting backstage
    I'm with her, don't stop me
    I'm not the paparazzi

    Invitations, standing ovations
    Magazines (yes please)
    Gotta be celebrities

    Photographs, fan club
    Give the people what they love
    Now you're excited (I like it)
    Let's do it then (yeah)

    Time Square, jet setter
    Sequels, hey better
    New York today
    Tomorrow the world

    Sold out shows (think bigger)
    And the Oscar goes to (that's better)
    Don't you see that bigger is better
    And better is bigger
    A little bit is never enough, no no no

    I want it all
    I want it, want it, want it
    The fame and the fortune and more
    I want it all
    I want it, want it, want it
    I gotta have my star on the door

    I want the world nothing less
    All the glam and the press
    Only giving me the best reviews

    I want it all
    I want it, want it, want it
    Radio City Music Hall
    We want it all

    Here in the spotlight we shine
    Look at who we are
    When Broadway knows your name
    You know that you're a star
    Dance

    I want it, I-I I want it (I want it)
    I want it, I want it, I-I I want it all
    I want it, I want it, I-I I want it
    I want it, I want it, I-I I want it

    I want it, I-I I want it
    I want it, I want it, I-I I want it all
    I want it, I want it, I-I I want it
    I want it, I want it, I-I I want it

    I want it all
    I want it, want it, want it
    The fame and the fortune and more
    I want it all
    I want it, want it, want it
    I gotta have my star on the door

    I want the world nothing less
    All the glam and the press
    Only giving me the best reviews
    I want it all

    Paris, London
    Rome, Toronto
    L.A., Sydney
    Buenos Aires

    Tokyo, Alaska
    Bollywood, New York City
    We want it all Writer/s: Matthew Gerrard, Robbie Nevil
    Publisher: Walt Disney Music Company
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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