"All the Time in the World" as written by Shane Anthony Nicholson and Michael Barker....
Something's crawling on my back
And digging holes in my head
Something's climbing through the crack
And hiding under the bed

All you can do without
Cut it up and let it out
Good, bad and strange

With all the time in the world
You won't find a thing
That you couldn't love
And if you can change

Something's living in my home
And taking up all my space
Something's breathing on it's own
And wearing my look on it's face

All you've learned about
Rip it up and let it out
Good, bad and strange

With all the time in the world
You won't find a thing
That you couldn't love
If you can change

And if you can change
If you could change
If you could change

All you can do without
Cut it up and let it out
Good, bad and strange

With all the time in the world
You won't find a thing
That you couldn't love

All the time in the world
You won't find a thing
That you couldn't love
And if you can change

All the time in the world
All the time in the world
You could love if you could change

All the time in the world
All the time in the world
You could love if you could change

All the time in the world
All the time in the world
You could love if you could change

All the time in the world
All the time in the world
(If you could change)
If you could change

All the time in the world
(If you could change)
All the time in the world
(If you could change)
If you could change, change

All the time in the world
All the time in the world



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"All the Time in the World" as written by Shane Anthony Nicholson Michael Barker

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