"My Whole Life" as written by and Dominick Lamb Stephen Ellis Garrett....
I've worked my whole life to get ahead and survive
I'll tell you one thing that is true
I take it day to day as time flickers away
But I still won't give into you

She wants a different life, kids and to be a wife
Build a nest to call her own
But what I want out of life is to have my guitar by my side
And travel down these lonely roads

I've worked my whole life to get ahead and survive
I'll tell you one thing that is true
I take it day to day as time flickers away
But I still won't give into you

She wants a different life, kids and to be a wife
Build a nest to call her own
But what I want out of life is to have my guitar by my side
And travel through these lonely roads

And I don't want it
The simple kind of life
And I don't need it
All the things that you despise


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"My Whole Life" as written by Dominick N Lamb Stephen Garrett

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