Wonderful Life

Wonderful Life by Black

“Wonderful Life” is a song by British band Black from their 1987 album of the same name. Written by lead singer Colin Vearncombe.

Wonderful Life Lyrics

Here I go out to sea again,
The sunshine fills my hair,
And dreams hang in the air.

Gulls in the sky,
And in my blue eye,
You know it feels unfair,
There’s magic everywhere.

Look at me standing,
Here on my own again,
Up straight in the sunshine.

No need to run and hide,
It’s a wonderful, wonderful life.
No need to hide and cry,
It’s a wonderful, wonderful life.

Sun’s in your eyes,
The heat is in your hair.
They seem to hate you,
Because you’re there.

And I need a friend.
Oh, I need a friend,
To make me happy.
Not stand here on my own,

Look at me standing,
Here on my own again,
Up straight in the sunshine,

No need to run and hide,
It’s a wonderful, wonderful life.
No need to hide and cry,
It’s a wonderful, wonderful life.

[Instrumental break.]

I need a friend.
Oh, I need friend,
To make me happy.
Not so alone.
Look at me here.
Here on my own again.
Up straight in the sunshine.

No need to run and hide,
It’s a wonderful, wonderful life.
No need to hide and cry,
It’s a wonderful, wonderful life.

No need to run and hide,
It’s a wonderful, wonderful life.
No need to run and hide,
It’s a wonderful, wonderful life.

Wonderful life.
A wonderful life.

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