"This ship was built to last" as written by Toby Butler, Luke Ford, Daniel Liam Higgins, Liela Rosemary Sadie Louise Moss and Olly Betts....
Building a bridge across where we live
There are roots in my ground and I stretch across town
I couldn't care less if I live in my head
I've shed all my tears and I'm better than bored

Oh, this ship was built to last, yeah
Oh, this ship was built to last

Move your hands on, release me in love
Weather the rain and pleasure my skin
I'm building a bridge across where we live
I've fed all the hurt now, I just have to learn

How this ship was built to last
Oh, this ship was built to last

See where she goes, that's where we go
The breeze takes my hand, this ship takes over, ooh

Drip upon drop overflowing the cup
Running in light, I whip multiple cries
They echo around all the walls of my heart
Yeah, worry no more when love leans 'gainst the door

Oh, this ship was built to last
Oh, this ship was built to last
Oh, this ship was built to last
Oh, this ship was built to last
Yeah, this ship was built to last




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"This Ship Was Built to Last" as written by Liela Rosemary Sadie Louise Moss Daniel Liam Higgins

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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