Everybody hurts

Everybody hurts
One of the songs I love most
When your day is long
And the night
The night is yours alone
When you’re sure you’ve had enough of this life
Well hang on

Don’t let yourself go
Cause everybody cries
And everybody hurts
Sometimes

Sometimes everything is wrong
Now it’s time to sing along
(When your day is night alone)
Hold on, hold on
(If you feel like letting go)
Hold on
If you think you’ve had too much of this life
Well hang on

Cause everybody hurts
Take comfort in your friends
Everybody hurts

Don’t throw your hand

Oh, no
Don’t throw your hand
When you feel like you’re alone
No, no, no, you’re not alone

If you’re on your own
In this life
The days and nights are long
When you think you’ve had too much
Of this life
To hang on

Well, everybody hurts
Sometimes, everybody cries
And everybody hurts
Sometimes

And everybody hurts
Sometimes

So, hold on, hold on
Hold on, hold on
Hold on, hold on
Hold on, hold on
(Everybody hurts
You are not alone)

The Corrs Everybody Hurts Lyrics
Artist: The Corrs Lyrics

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