"Everything" as written by Zolani Mahola, Neil John Francis Hawks, Simon Attwell, Julio Sigauque, Kyla-rose Smith, Peter Cohen and Seredeal Scheepers....
I felt the moon today
Everything is drawn away
Water splashes on my skin it makes me dry
It makes no sense at all
Why didn't I get a call
When the whole world knew but me
There was nothing left to see

Everything reminds me
Of something from my past
Everything I know is in the past
And everything I see is now

Friends are friends until the end
How soon will it end today
Friends are friends close by
How soon they're gone away

An old man tries to run me off
As he stops to wheeze and cough
I seize the fruit
And steal his day away

Everything reminds me
Of something from my past
Everything I know is in the past
And everything I see is now
Everything I know is in the past
And everything I see is now
Everything I know is in the past
And everything I see is now
Everything I know is in the past
And everything I see is now

I saw the moon today
Everything just melts away
The sun beats upon my skin it makes me sweat
It makes no sense at all
Why didn't I hear the call
When the whole world saw but me
There was no where left to be

Everything reminds me
Of something from my past
Everything I know is in the past
And everything I see is now
Everything I know is in the past
And everything I see is now
Everything I know is in the past
And everything I see is now
Everything I know is in the past
And everything I see is now
Everything I know is in the past
And everything I see is now
Everything I see is
Everything I see is
Everything I see is now



Lyrics submitted by Ghada

"Everything" as written by Glynn Parry Allan Simpson

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., O/B/O APRA AMCOS, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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