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Lyrics What A Life Air Supply

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Air Supply


(Graham Russell)
Love comes to everyone some are weak some strong
I?m not strong today
They?ve took her back, brought the curtain down
What can I do now, I?m afraid to think about it.
(Chorus)
What a life, gets better as it goes along
What a life, gets better as it goes along
Been in love, been left standing till I said is that what I want,
Oh no there?s got to be another smile on my face
I don?t care about the money I make or what it can do
I?m alive and that?s what?s important to me
I don?t need someone to tell me you?ll get along, you?ll get along
Who to love who to watch over me
(Chorus)
There?s an old man been calling me for a long time
I?m never able to get his face off my mind
He always said to me take it easy take it easy
And all the things you want will come easy, will come easy.
What a life, what a life
(Chorus)
He always said to me take it easy take it easy
And all the things you want will come easy, will come easy
What a life, what a life,
(Repeat Chorus)

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The Air Supply duo met in 1975 when performing in the Australian production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, Jesus Christ Superstar. Later that year along with Chrissie Hammond, formed Air Supply as a five-man group....Read Air_Supply Bio

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