"Once in a Lifetime" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton, James Gerad Gilmour and Michael Anthony Sadler....
Never thought you could fly
You've just done the impossible
Because you were willing to try
You never lost sight of the dream

They told you it couldn't be done
Said you'd need a miracle
But now look what you have become
Do you know how you've made us feel?

[Chorus:]
Days like these, they come along
Once in a lifetime
This was just a dream yesterday
Days like these, they come along
Once in a lifetime
Now everything is going your way

You showed us how good it can feel
When we do the impossible
All this must seem so unreal
You played the game and survived
You gave all you had to give
You were clearly unstoppable

We always knew you could win
It was only a matter of time

[Chorus:]

You played the game
And you played it to win
You never gave up
And you never gave in

Days like these they come along
Once in a lifetime
Now everything is going your way

[Chorus:]


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"Once in a Lifetime" as written by James Crichton Ian Crichton

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