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All My Life

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  1. All My life Lyrics: Baby baby, baby baby / Baby baby, baby baby / Baby baby, baby baby / Ooh, I'm so glad / I will never find another lover / Sweeter than you / I will never find another lover.
  2. All my life I've prayed for someone like you And I hope that you feel the same way too Yes, I pray that you do, love me. You're all that I ever known, when you smile, on my face, all I see is a glow. You turned my life around, you picked me up when I was down, You're all that I ever known, when you smile on your face all I see is a glow.
  3. All my life I've been searching for something Something never comes never leads to nothing Nothing satisfies but I'm getting close Closer to the prize at the end of the rope All night long I dream of the day When it comes around then it's taken away Leaves me with the feeling that I feel the most Feel it come to life when I see your ghost.
  4. "All My Life," written and performed by the extraordinary singer-songwriter Karla Bonoff, is the title song from the album, All My Life: The Best of Karla Bo.
  5. And all my life, baby, baby, I prayed for someone like you And I thank God that I, that I finally found you All my life I prayed for someone like you And I hope that you feel the same way too Yes, I pray that you do love me You're all that I ever know When you smile, on my face, all I see is a glow You turned my life around.
  6. Title: All My Life Artist: Foo Fighters Album: One By One Track No: 1 All credit given to the band and record companies. None of this work is my own, except.
  7. May 19,  · “All My Life” is a song by the American alternative rock band Foo Fighters, released as the first single from their fourth album, One by One.. Dave Grohl said that the song was quite sexual in.
  8. "All My Life" is a hit song written by Karla Bonoff and originally performed by Bonoff on her album New World (). The following year, Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville performed the song as a duet on Ronstadt's triple platinum-certified album Cry Like a Rainstorm, Howl Like the Wind (); this was the second global hit from Ronstadt and Neville. The song was released as a Genre: Pop rock.