"Living in a Suitcase" as written by Jack Mcmanus, Julian Gallagher and Matt Prime....
Welcome to the modern world
Where did all the dreamers go?
How did your hopes become your doubts
Caught up in the city lights
Losing every sign of life
Just chasing shadows in the crowd
'Til they all fall down
Shadows they hit the ground

I'm just living in a suitcase
Pocket full of change
Standing on the sidelines
Laughing at the game
See the wheels of your life
Turning over and over
I'm sailing in the distance
I'm blowing in the wind
You're waiting for tomorrow
To do it all again
Isn't it a burden
Isn't it a shame
Why do it over and over again?

Look over to the other path
That's the life you could have hand
But soon there'll be no going back
Don't be scared to let it go
If you don't you know you'll never know
And can you really live with that
Coz they'll all fall down
Shadows they hit the ground

I'm just living in a suitcase
Pocket full of change
Standing on the sidelines
Laughing at the game
See the wheels of your life
Turning over and over
I'm sailing in the distance
I'm blowing in the wind
You're waiting for tomorrow
To do it all again
Isn't it a burden
Isn't it a shame
Why do it over and over again?

Living in a suitcase
Pocket full of change
Standing on the sidelines
Laughing at the game
See the wheels of your life
Turning over and over
I'm sailing in the distance
I'm blowing in the wind
You're waiting for tomorrow
To do it all again
Isn't it a burden?
Isn't it a shame?
Why do it over and over again?

Over and over again

Just living it up's okay
Over and over again


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