"Every Moment a Lifetime" as written by Bob Daisley, Lee Kerslake, Steve Morse and Jimmy Barnes....
Well he, he started out in a small town scene,
Everyone had the same old dream
Strung round for a little while,
Get a job and a wife and child.

She wasn't from around these parts,
She walked into town and she stole his heart
He kissed all his friends goodbye,
She never even had to try.

Every moment a lifetime,
In his eyes she could do no wrong,
Every moment a lifetime,
But a lifetime only lasts so long.

Well she lived real fast and she spent his dough,
Real well known every place they go
He didn't see them point and laugh,
Love is blind when it moves too fast.

One night when she came home late,
He almost cried when she pushed away
He knew that there was something wrong,
He woke up and he found her gone.

Every moment a lifetime,
Every thing that had been undone,
Every moment a lifetime,
A heavy heart seems to weigh a ton.

Life gets tough when you're all alone,
Fooling himself sitting by the phone
Still waiting but the call don't come,
A Foolish man with a loaded gun.

Cries all alone at night,
Wishing he could make it right.
How did it all go so wrong
The pain that he feels inside seems to last so long.

Every moment a lifetime
Everything that had been undone
Every moment a life time
A heavy heart seems to weigh a ton.

Every moment a lifetime
When you're waiting for the time to heal
Every moment a lifetime
When it's all gone, there's nothing left to feel.

Every moment a lifetime

Every moment a lifetime

Every moment a lifetime


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