"The Kids On Every Corner" as written by and Duffy....
Write it on the wall
If you think you've heard it all before
Write it on the wall
For everyone who thinks they've heard it all

Here's some more
If you grow up to be beautiful and wild
You'll just have to live longer as a child

The universal daughter, heaven made you king
Of the kids on every corner and the queen of everything
And you'll live on for every one who didn't get this far
To sleep through rainy Tuesdays in the back of your car

Everything's the same, some things never change
But we perceive everything has changed
Nothing seems the same so we grieve
Can you believe that they're boarding up the future

Did you get in on time?
Dressed up in nostalgia
Now it's you, it's your turn to shine

The universal daughter, heaven made you king
Of the kids on every corner and the queen of everything
And you'll live on for every one who didn't make it here
To celebrate the garden gate and cheer the end of fear

The universal daughter, heaven made you king
Of the kids on every corner and the queens of everything
And you'll live on for every one who didn't make it here
To celebrate the garden gate and cheer the end of fear




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