The Messenger

Album: The Messenger (2013)
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  • To see it in something,
    Life you want it takes long
    To see him so happy, you find you talking if you want.
    Don't wanna be a messenger.

    To see it in something,
    Your eyes are opened and you're on
    I'm here and I'm ready,
    My time's for taking if you want.
    Who wants to be a messenger?

    Who wants to be a messenger?
    We could get going.

    Who wants to be a messenger?
    Who wants to be the messenger?
    We could get going.
    Who wants to be a messenger?
    We could get on Writer/s: JAMES DOVIAK, JOHNNY MARR
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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