You never give up
When the others they do
You never fail
You never feel blue

Everyone loves you
Baby, I tell you the truth
Life is the hardest game
But babe, not for you

You'll make it, you'll take it
You'll never look back
Walk through a tire
You'll never lose track

Everybody loves you
Oh it's your time
Everybody needs you
Baby, be mine

[Chorus]
You're born to be a winner
(You're like a hero)
You're born to be a winner
(You're like a hero)
Born to be a winner, my love
Oh there's no mountain high enough
Don't hesitate
(Born to win)
Born to be a winner
(Born to win)
(You're) Born to be a winner

You'll never give up
Or you'll break my heart
Baby, baby, we can make a new start
You'll take every chance

You're so young and so strong
You'll give what they want
You'll never go wrong
Heaven must have sent you

Baby, you make me feel good
I'd spend the rest of my life with you
If only I could
You light up my life

Wrap my troubles in dreams
Take my desires
You know what that means
Everybody loves you
There's no other way
Everybody needs you
I beg you to stay

[Chorus]


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