"Day After Day" as written by and Peter William Ham....
I remember finding out about you
Every day, my mind is all around you
Looking out from my lonely room, day after day
Bring it home, baby, make it soon
I give my love to you

I remember holding you while you sleep
Every day, I feel the tears that you weep
Looking out of my lonely gloom, day after day
Bring it home, baby, make it soon
I give my love to you

Looking out of my lonely room, day after day
Bring it home, baby, make it soon
I give my love to you

I remember finding out about you
Every day, my mind is all around you
Looking out of my lonely gloom, day after day
Bring it home, baby, make it soon
I give my love to you.


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"Day After Day" as written by Peter William Ham

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    General CommentI had forgotten that George Harrison produced this song for Badfinger. Actually, I was mistaking it for a Beatles song when it got stuck in my head today. Leon Russell played the piano part in the studio version. He's from my hometown of Tulsa.
    Poetic_Mystiqueon April 04, 2008   Link
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    General Commentabout a guy waiting for his girl to come back to him after she went away somewheres.
    kfe2on February 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI can't believe how little credit Badfinger is getting on this site... geez people come on!

    Badfinger is about great lyrics that stem from simplicity, not hidden messages. It sounds like kfe2 is right... Badfinger songs are really easy to read on the surface.
    VinylQueenChamp500on January 31, 2007   Link
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    General CommentGeorge Harrison produced this big hit by Badfinger. You can certainly hear his influence in the guitar solo. Once again another gem with tons of Beatles inspiration.
    lennonmccartneyon December 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commentbeautiful and heartfelt a true classic
    LordOzzyon February 05, 2009   Link
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    General CommentGeorge Harrison also traded lead guitar parts with Peter Ham if I'm not mistaken.
    SoulMoleon March 19, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe song maybe implies that he met a girl who was like in plain sight or they had friends in common-"I remember fining out about you". And he is very attached to her,he wants her to come back and stay -"bring it home,make it soon"??
    It's a song about attachment to me.
    Thia007on November 10, 2011   Link
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    General CommentSince I wrote the lyrics to this song back in 1971, (I was 17 yrs old at the time), Day After Day and sent it to a publishing company, they responded with a letter saying Peter Ham wants to use the lyrics to your song. I showed my father the letter at the time and he responded by saying: Don't waste your time sending this back, they just want money! I got so discouraged, I threw out the letter along with all of the songs I had wrote.

    I had no proof that I had written the song and had to let it go. I remember my father saying what a fictitious name Peter Ham. They never mentioned Bad Finger as the Artists. At that time I didn't know who Peter Ham was, if they would have mentioned BadFinger, I would have signed the release form. I heard the song on the radio and knew all the words before they had sang.

    Any feedback please email me at: ryarl@nyc.rr.com The meaning of the song was that someday I would meet this girl, who I call my wife Arlene.

    Ray Schnoor Cell# 917-838-6140 my address at the time I wrote this song was: 138 Nevada St. Hicksville, NY 11801.
    raymond1953on May 12, 2012   Link

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