Life is Life

Album: Last Night On Earth (2011)
  • Well he used to be somebody
    And now he's someone else
    Took apart his old life
    Left it on the shelf
    Sick of being someone
    He did not admire
    Took up all his old things
    Set em all on fire

    He's gonna change
    Gonna change his ways
    Gonna change
    Gonna change his ways

    And it feels like his new life can start
    And it feels like heaven

    Left his house at midnight
    Resolute and young
    In search of something greater
    Than the person he'd become
    Threw his bags on to the back
    Of his run down eighties car
    Headed out to god knows where
    The distance is too far

    He's gonna change
    Gonna change his ways
    Gonna change
    Gonna change his ways

    And it feels like his new life can start
    And it feels like heaven
    And it feels like his new life can start
    And it feels like heaven

    (Your life is your life gotta live like it's your life)

    And it feels like his new life can start
    And it feels like heaven
    And it feels like his new life can start
    And it feels like heaven Writer/s: CHARLES FINK
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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