"This Life" as written by and Simon Kristian Baillie Alan John Redmond....
Make a friend of who you are
Things so everlasting take you far
Try and get away, a reason to give up to you
A love I never understood

And now, two years later
I'm reading of your wedding in my morning paper
The future's getting brighter
I need a cigarette and so I reach for my lighter

And it's the same for you and it's the same for me
But I'm not here alone now and I think you'd agree
That if we'd met later, I'd never have seen this life

Bad enough that I'm still here
Lying through my teeth so loud and clear
Have to get away, I'm walking streets excited, man
Lying awake and dreaming plans

And now, two years later
I'm reading some reviews in my music paper
The future's getting brighter
I wonder when the days will turn from darker to lighter

And it's the same for you and it's the same for me
But I'm not here alone now and I think you'd agree
That if we'd met later, I'd never have seen this life

Make a friend of who you are
Things so everlasting take you far
The future's getting brighter
I wonder when the days will turn from darker to lighter

And it's the same for you and it's the same for me
But I'm not here alone now and I think you'd agree
That if we'd met later, I'd never have seen this life

Well, it's the same for you and it's the same for me
But I'm not here alone now and I think you'd agree
That if we'd met later, I'd never have seen this life




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"This Life" as written by Bjorn Anders Baillie Alan John Redmond

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    General CommentThis song just says that all the circumstances in life set us up for where we are now.
    Georgefan889on April 29, 2007   Link

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