Wonderful Life

Album: Happiness (2010)
Charted: 21
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  • On a bridge across the Severn on a Saturday night,
    Susie meets the man of her dreams.
    He says that he got in trouble and if she doesn't mind
    He doesn't want the company
    But there's something in the air
    They share a look in silence and everything is understood
    Susie grabs her man and puts a grip on his hand as the rain puts a tear in his eye.

    She says

    Don't let go
    Never give up, it's such a wonderful life
    Don't let go
    Never give up, it's such a wonderful life

    Driving through the city to the temple station,
    Cries into the leather seat
    And Susie knows the baby was a family man,
    But the world has got him down on his knees

    So she throws him at the wall and kisses burn like fire,
    And suddenly he starts to believe
    He takes her in his arms and he doesn't know why,
    But he thinks that he begins to see

    She says,

    Don't let go
    Never give up, it's such a wonderful life
    Don't let go
    Never give up, it's such a wonderful life
    Don't let go
    Never give up, it's such a wonderful life
    Don't let go
    Never give up, it's such a wonderful life

    She says

    Don't let go
    Never give up
    Don't let go
    Never give up, it's such a wonderful life

    Wonderful life, wonderful life, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful life
    Wonderful life, wonderful life, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful life

    Don't let go
    Don't let go Writer/s: ADAM ANDERSON, JOSEPH CROSS, THEO HUTCHCRAFT
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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