"Every Day Should End Like This" as written by Ross Copperman, Lee Thomas Miller and Steve Holy....
Was a long day at work, was a long drive home
Now there's nothing but leftovers sitting on the stove
And you're sitting on the porch, you can feel the air change
Like it always does this time of day

There's a two year old popsicle on your shirt
Gonna catch fireflies, can't you keep her eyes open
Long enough, till they start lightin' up
It's gonna be tough
Yeah it's gonna be tough
Then her, mama laughs
It stops me in my tracks

Love is all around me
Heaven just found me
Hangin' on a whisper
Frozen in a picture
There's somethin' 'bout a red sky
Runnin' out of daylight
The world feels right
With a sunset and a soft wet kiss
Every day, every day should end like this

Now the porch light's off and the night light's on
I whisper baby, I think we're all alone
From the cricket song to the breeze in here
From the need you touch to the want you stare

Love is all around me
Heaven just found me
Hangin' on a whisper
Frozen in a picture
Yeah there's somethin' 'bout a red sky
Runnin' out of daylight
Yeah the world feels right
With a sunset and a soft wet kiss
Every day, every day should end like this

Love is all around me
Heaven just found me
Hangin' on a whisper
Frozen in a picture
Yeah there's somethin' 'bout a red sky
Runnin' out of daylight
Yeah the world feels right
With a sunset and a soft wet kiss
Every day, every day should end like this

Every, every day


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"Every Day Should End Like This" as written by Steve Holy Ross Copperman

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