We don't live on borrowed time anymore,
But we still will have to try.
We don't live on borrowed time anymore,
But we still will have to try.

I could meet you at the foot of a mountain,
Dressed as a mountaineer.
Or if you don't want to know where I am,
You know I won't tell you.

We don't live on borrowed time anymore,
But we still will have to make it work.
We don't live on borrowed time anymore,
But we still will have to make it work.
So we should keep on,
Keep on jubilant(?) even when we're tired.

And in the old people's home where they leave us,
I will have you on the stair lift.

We don't live on borrowed time anymore,
But we still will have to try.
We don't live on borrowed time anymore,
But we still will have to try.

So I will see you in a bed this evening,
As naked as the day you were born.
And I could meet you at the edge of a desert,
When you want to come on.



Lyrics submitted by MaddyUnderstood


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