"Doesn't Everybody" as written by Leann Rimes, Darrell Brown and Dean Sheremet....
You may have a tabloid life
Pay for all your friend
You may be a suburban wife
With your white picket fence
You may be a suit and tie
Paying off your high rise rent
When it all comes down
When it all comes down baby
When it all comes down to it

[Chorus:]
Doesn't everybody want the same thing
To be loved
Doesn't everybody want the same thing
Why isn't that enough
Doesn't everybody want the same thing

You may be a night shift waitress
To send your kid through school
You may be a stubborn doctor
Pushing for the cure
You may be a bitter divorce
Wandering what he saw in her
When it all comes down
When it all comes down baby
When it all comes down to it

[Chorus]


Lyrics submitted by amandamw04

"Doesn't Everybody" as written by Dean Sheremet Darrell Brown

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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