"Everybody" as written by George Astasio, Christopher Thomas Cano, John Ben T. Jen, Jason Andrew Pebworth and Kevin M. Roentgen....
So, here you are now, nowhere to turn
It's just the same old yesterday
You made a promise to yourself
That you were never gonna be this way
And the only thing that you've ever known is to run
So you keep on driving faster into the sun

But everybody needs somebody sometimes
Yeah, everybody needs somebody sometimes

You don't have to find your own way out
You've got a voice; let it be heard
Just when it feels you're on a dead-end road
There's always somewhere left to turn
So don't give up now
You're so close to a brand new day
Yes, you are
And if you just can bare to be alone, then I'll stay

'Cause everybody needs somebody sometimes
Yeah, everybody needs somebody sometimes

Well, maybe I've been too caught up
To see what you've been going through
All that I can say is that I'm here now

And everybody needs somebody sometimes
You know they do
Everybody needs somebody sometimes
Everybody needs somebody sometimes
Everybody needs somebody sometimes
Everybody needs somebody sometimes


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"Everybody" as written by Keith Urban Richard Marx

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    General CommentI absolutely love this song. It's it for me.
    And I love him, such a great artist!
    slammediamon August 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentone of the few good songs on his latest album... sorry LPATWCT doesn't measure up to Be Here or Golden Road.
    SMUSER17185761on September 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think LPATWCT is by far his best, he shows much more technical ability, and shows his versatility in this album more than in the rest. Anyways, everybody needs somebody, so true.
    DelawareSlideon January 28, 2009   Link

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