"Age old need" as written by Gary Daly, Gary Johnson, Eddie Lundon, Brian Mcneil and Kevin Wilkinson....
A pillow to rest my weary head
The end of a working day
The door to the dream left open
I won't be turned away
A winter coat for a wind so cold
The age of age old need
A town to live and call my own
A way and a will to succeed

Yes I am lucky
Yes I am lucky
I'm a lucky man indeed
A town to live and call my own
A way and a will to succeed

I may search for happiness
And not know what it takes
And still be here a thousand years
And make the same mistakes

Yes I am lucky
Yes I am lucky
I'm a lucky man indeed
A town to live and call my own
A way and a will to succeed



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"Age Old Need" as written by G.daley E.lundon

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