Love Is All We Have Left
by U2

Album: Songs of Experience (2017)
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  • Nothing to stop this being the best day ever
    Nothing to keep us from where we should be
    I wanted the world but you knew better
    And that all we have is immortality

    Love and love is all we have left
    A baby cries on a doorstep
    Love is all we have left
    Love and love is all we have left
    You argue 'cause you can't accept
    Love is all we have left

    Now you're at the other end of the telescope
    Seven billion stars in her eyes
    So many stars
    So many ways of seeing
    Hey, this is no time not to be alive

    Love and love is all we have left
    A baby cries on a doorstep
    Love is all we have left

    Love and love is all we have left
    The only thing that can be kept
    Love is all we have left Writer/s: ADAM CLAYTON, DAVE EVANS, LARRY MULLEN, PAUL DAVID HEWSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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  • Bosal from San AntoIs the 7 billion stars reference to the earth's population at the writing?
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