"Thousands of Lovers" as written by Thomas Michael Smith, Christopher Dominic Urbanowicz, Russell Leetch and Edward Owen Lay....
I bit off, more than I could chew,
But I tasted more than I had ever.

I don't wanna get old,
Or look back across my life,
I just can't believe this weather.

There's a man in my house,
He sucks a cigarette,
Says he takes payment from the government.

Am I happy with the life?
Am I where I wanna be?
Says he'll help with any discontent

You left me wanted more, left me wanted more,
You left me wanted more, left me wanted more.

I took on the life of someone new,
I have wings and better vision.

I have hundreds of friends,
Thousands of lovers,
I could not make a bad decision

Put my foot through the floor,
My hands through the walls,
It helps me feel connected.

Am I happy with the life?
Am I where I wanna be?
Everything could be perfected

You left me wanted more, left me wanted more,
You left me wanted more, left me wanted more.

And the thousand lights from former glory,
Everything fades on me.

I bit off, more than I could chew,
But I tasted more than I had ever.

I don't wanna get old,
Or look back across my life,
I just can't believe this weather.


Lyrics submitted by monroeet, edited by sirenne

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