Wild Again Lyrics. From Movie "Cocktail"

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Wild Again Lyrics


by Starship. From Cocktail.


A diamond sun cuts down a frozen winter sky
As the world and I go screaming into the phantom night
It doesn't matter where it leads, I got nowhere left to go
If there's any chance at all, it's somewhere down this road

To be wild again, no one's child again
Yeah I wanna see those eyes in the mirror full of fire again
Oh to be wild again

The fading light is cold on the shoulders of the trees
Oh the starwind blows right through me, and I never felt so free
Oh there had to be a crossroad, a place to draw the line
And it came down to the question, is this life I'm livin' mine

Had to be wild again, no one's child again
I wanna live every minute so hard that I wear it thin
I wanna find the edge, risk it all to win
I wanna see those eyes in the mirror full of fire again
I wanna be wild again (wild again)

[Solo]

Oh there had to be a crossroad, a place to draw the line
And it comes down to the question, what is theirs and what is mine

Wild again, no one's child again
I wanna live every minute so hard that I wear it thin
I wanna find the edge, risk it all to win
I wanna see those eyes in the mirror, burn with life again
I wanna be wild (wild again), let the change begin
I wanna find the edge, risk it all, wanna burn with life again
Wanna be wild again, yeah, I wanna be wild again...




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