LEANN RIMES


Doesn't Everybody Lyrics

You may have a tabloid life, pay for all your friends
You may be a suburban wife with your white picket fence
You may be a suit and tie paying off your high rise rent
When it all comes down, when it all comes down, baby
When it all comes down to it

Doesn't everybody want the same thing
To be loved
Doesn't everybody want the same thing
Why isn't that enough?
Doesn't everybody want the same thing

You may be a night shift waitress to send your kid through school
You may be a stubborn doctor pushing for the cure
You may be a bitter divorcee wondering what he saw in her
When it all comes down, when it all comes down, baby
When it all comes down to it

Doesn't everybody want the same thing
To be loved
Doesn't everybody want the same thing
Why isn't that enough?
Doesn't everybody want the same thing

When it all comes down, when it all comes down
When it all comes down to it

Doesn't everybody want the same thing
To be loved
Doesn't everybody want the same thing
Why isn't that enough?

Doesn't everybody want the same thing
To be loved
Doesn't everybody want the same thing
Why isn't that enough?
Doesn't everybody want the same thing

Doesn't everybody want the same thing
Doesn't everybody, doesn't everybody
Oh, don't we all want the same thing

Songwriter(s): Leann Rimes
Copyright: Curb Songs, Lucky In Love
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