Every Day Is Yours to Win

Album: Collapse Into Now (2011)
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  • With the walk (walk)
    And the talk (talk)
    And the tick tock clock (clock)

    With the rock (rock)
    And the roll (roll)
    And the bridge (bridge)
    And the toll (toll)

    With the brilliance (brilliance)
    And the light (light)
    With the stink (stink)
    And the hide (hide)
    And the road ahead of you.

    I cannot tell a lie
    It's not all cherry pie
    But it's all there waiting for you
    Yeah you

    Hey yeah
    Hey yeah
    Hey yeah
    I know

    With the walk (walk)
    And the woods (woods)
    And the subterfuge (subterfuge)
    There's an old look bitter and blue

    While I'm nothing but confused (confused)
    With nothing left to lose (lose)
    And if you buy that
    I've got a bridge for you

    Hey yeah (hey yeah)
    Hey yeah (hey yeah)
    Hey yeah (hey yeah)
    I know

    Hey yeah (hey yeah)
    Hey yeah (hey yeah)
    Hey yeah (hey yeah)
    I know

    Oh

    Every day is new again
    Every day is yours to win
    And that's how heroes are made

    I wanted (I wanted) to win (to win)
    So I'd said it again:
    That's how heroes are made

    Hey yeah (hey yeah)
    Hey yeah (hey yeah)
    Hey yeah
    I know

    Hey yeah (hey yeah)
    Hey yeah (hey yeah)
    Hey yeah
    I know

    Ah Writer/s: MICHAEL E. MILLS, MICHAEL J. STIPE, MICHAEL MILLS, MICHAEL STIPE, PETER BUCK, PETER LAWRENCE BUCK
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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