Connor

Album: Join With Us (2008)
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  • You found a way to change the world
    A simple gift for every boy and girl
    Always a piece for everyone
    You showed them all that giving can be fun
    Giving can be fun

    Connor, you've got the life I want
    Connor, I got it all so wrong
    You'll never know
    Connor

    You've got the life I want
    You've got the life I want
    You've got the life I want
    Connor

    Those poisoned pills, we passed around
    They made us heavy, pulled us to the ground
    But you were built from beams of sun
    Naive and unaffected by a world that's come undone
    Oh, what can be done?

    Connor, you've got the life I want
    Connor, I got it all so wrong
    You'll never know
    Connor

    You've got the life I want
    You've got the life I want
    You've got the life I want
    Connor

    Connor, you've got the life I want
    Connor, I got everything wrong
    You'll never know
    Connor

    You've got the life I want
    You've got the life I want
    You've got the life I want
    Connor Writer/s: CIARAN JEREMIAH, DANIEL SELLS, KEVIN JEREMIAH, PAUL STEWART, RICHARD JONES
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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