"Cheers (Here's to Life)" as written by Louis James Defabrizio and John Allen Fortson....
Let me light you up a cigarette
Pull up a chair and I'll pour you some wine
Big hands lead me out west again
Through deserts, familiar faces and memories
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Big hands, I don't mind talking to you
Just don't talk back
Don't worry everything is cool
Faithless, many men have lost their way
Faceless men have said too much
Six years alone and I'm starting to fade
Like a young in the back of the church who says

Mom, do you really believe all this
'Cause I just feel numb
I don't want to die
Sometimes I feel like jumping
I don't want to sing
Some reason my mouth stays open
I don't want to slip
How come my eyes keep wandering
I don't want to give up
Cha cha cha

Mom, do you really believe all this
'Cause I just feel numb
I don't want to die
Sometimes I feel like jumping
I don't want to sing
Some reason my mouth stays open
I don't want to slip
How come my eyes keep wandering
I don't want to give up
Yeah

So raise your glass
Have a drink on me
Cheers, here's to life
And it's good
And it's good, yeah


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

"Cheers (Here's to Life)" as written by Louis James Defabrizio John Allen Fortson

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, CAPITOL CHRISTIAN MUSIC GROUP

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