"We All Fall Down" as written by Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Steve Robson, Mark Owen and Jason Orange....
I'm better now,
I'm bigger than the man you made me
There you go, I think I'm Happy
I've seen the light, cut the ties for now I'm sober,
There's still so much to do before I hit the ground.

Oh life, you can take your first steps
Walk into a brick wall, Try your best to stand tall, before you learn to crawl
Love is never easy unless its in a movie
But I'm not Jamie Dean, I said I'm not Jamie Dean.

[Chorus]
And we all fall down out of the sky into the basement, looking for a way back up again
Yeah we all walk up slowly up the stairs onto the pavement, looking for the place where we belong
The place where we belong.

I smile again,
I haven't smoked now for a whole day
I think I've given up.
I love that song, the one that says how I wish you were here,

But I'm back on the ground, I can't wait another year.

Oh life, you can take your first steps
Walk into a brick wall,
Try your best to stand tall, before you learn to crawl
Love is never easy, only in some poetry.
But I'm not Oscar Wilde, I said I'm not Oscar Wilde

[Chorus]

Oh, yeah.

[Chorus]

Looking for a way, looking for a way back up again
And we all walk slowly up the stairs onto the pavement, looking for the place,
The place where we belong.


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"We All Fall Down [*]" as written by Howard Donald Gary Barlow

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