Time Of My Life

Album: Lupercalia (2010)
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  • From the east to the south
    I tongue the roof of my mouth

    To new days of doubt without you

    First gear
    I face the trouble ahead
    Final word has been said
    Long distance spread between us
    I tell myself to

    Hold on
    It won't be long
    Till I grow through this struggle

    Time to wake up
    Find my soul

    Happy without you
    Happy without you
    Happy without you
    Happy without you
    Happy without you

    Not called for weeks now
    Six days without sleep means
    I am a slave to my early grave
    If I do not be brave, behave
    Seize myself out of this mess
    I have created of myself, yet again
    Yet again I say

    Hold on
    It won't be long
    till I grow through this struggle

    Time to wake up
    Find my soul

    Happy without you
    Happy without you
    Happy without you
    Happy without you
    Happy without you

    We go on
    Heart beats strong
    Still whole
    Unbroken
    As we divide
    Our love, goodbye

    Thanks for the time
    Time of my life

    Happy without you
    Happy without you
    Happy without you
    Happy without you

    Time
    Time
    Of my life

    Time
    Time
    Of my life (So happy without you)

    Time
    Time
    Of my life

    Thanks for the time of my life (Happy without you)
    Happy without you
    Happy without you Writer/s: PATRICK WOLF
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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