"Life is Better With You" as written by and Finlay Temperley Beaton Joel Peter Quartermain....
Hey whatever happened to you last night
We thought we lost you there
Those long days
And long long nights
They keep you up inside

Stay awake all night talking about our friends
It never ends
Always do it when we're drunk
I just need some kind of meditation
Keep my feet from
Falling off the ground

Life is better with you
See the people on the street
Hear the sound of defeat
It just seems to me we know too many people
It makes the ones we love seem great

Life is better with you
It happens all the time
The people pass you by
Like everyone you knew
They are changing through and through
You really didn't think it would last
But that's all in the past

Life is better with you
See the people on the street
Hear the sound of defeat
Like everybody that you know
Say they all want you to go



Lyrics submitted by Amy_Claire

"Life Is Better with You" as written by Joel Peter Quartermain Finlay Temperley Beaton

Lyrics © WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC

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    General Commentwhy hasnt anybody commented on this song?
    walrusgumboots1on January 09, 2007   Link
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    Song MeaningI think the title really speaks for itself: Life Is Better With You?

    But it also touches on the unpreditability of people and who your going to end up loving, hating, even talking to on a day to day basis. Its quite a brilliant song and goes well with the title of the album "A Song is a City"....think about it ;)
    People are like cities; unpredictable, bustling and constantly changing and growing, coming and going. This song, its title, is saying that there is always people you cannot live without in your life, no matter who else is in it for however long, the ones that last are the ones that are true.
    succulenton July 29, 2010   Link

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