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Is Anybody Out There? Lyrics

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"Is Anybody Out There?" is track #9 on the album Liverpool. It was written by Johnson, Mark O'toole, Brian Nash, Peter Gill.
"Is Anybody Out There?" is track #9 on the album Liverpool. It was written by Johnson, Mark O'toole, Brian Nash, Peter Gill.

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If I could change the things I've done would I be the only one?
To wish again if only I could take your pain away
And think of better, better things to say

The highest price I'd gladly pay for you to live
Just golden days, golden days, golden days
So celebrate the moment now, have all that you desire

We'll keep each other warm, together we'll weather the storm
The children are dying and nobody's crying
There's got to be something out there, someone who cares
Got to be something out there

Give me real life, the worry and the strife
I'll throw it out of the window to the dogs below
So come with me I'll guide you through wardrobes of fantasy
And treasure chests of what could be, a world without anxiety

A legacy of golden days, golden days, golden days
Leave it all behind the blind leading the blind
Have all that you desire, oh

Gotta be, gotta be someone out there

Let's break the rules scattering the jewels of joy amongst ourselves
The lonely, lonely of the shelves
Feel good about yourself, I'll drink to your health
Have all that you desire

We'll keep each other warm, together we'll weather the storm
The children are dying and nobody's crying
There's got to be something out there, someone who cares
Gotta be someone out there, is anybody out there?
Gotta be

I'm looking for something and I don't know what it is
Oh

Songwriters
JOHNSON, MARK O'TOOLE, BRIAN NASH, PETER GILL

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