"Lovely Day" as written by Allen A Shellenberger, Jeremy A Popoff, Alan Jay Popoff and Kevin R Baldes....
Shake it up and throw it
Roll it up and smoke it
No one knows what it's worth
Where it's going
Tired moneymakers
Boring conversators, keep it up
We all know where you blow it
And now I live in a world that I call my own
It's always nice when no one's home
Give it a time and a place if you don't ask what it's for
It's another world but it's something more than ordinary
Such a lovely day and it's nothing more than ordinary living
That you're living
Waking up and rollin'
Loaded up and flowing creeping out
We all know
Where you're going
Trying to ignore it
What you're looking for and no one knows
What its worth
Where it's going
And now I live in a world that I call my own
It's always nice when no one's home
Give it a time and a place if you don't ask what it's for
It's another world but it's something more than ordinary
Such a lovely day and it's nothing more than ordinary
It's another world but it's something more than ordinary living
That I'm living
And I live in a world that I call my own
It's always nice when no one's home
Give it a time and a place if you don't ask what it's for
It's another world but it's something more than ordinary
Such a lovely day and it's nothing more than ordinary
It's another world but it's something more than ordinary
Such a lovely day and it's nothing more than ordinary living
That you're living



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"Lovely Day" as written by Alan Jay Popoff Alan Popoff

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    General CommentSuch a happy song. Ahh....
    EatMeon April 04, 2002   Link
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    General Commentyeah, it makes a big smile on my face.. wonder why no one else has commented... that's pretty fucked up
    superbravaon June 05, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about dealing drugs... Despite that, the chorus gives good advice that we need to take advantage of the "lovely days" that we are "living ordinarily"... What a melody this song has!!
    Blue Octoberon February 21, 2005   Link
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    General CommentA song about drugs Blue October? LOL! But still I can see how it can be interrupted that way. I think living in Southern California influences this song. It got a nice vibe and is real kool. Just like people in Cali.
    Bl00d h0und gangon May 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentGAMBLING and Vegas! DUH!! These guys should have been in there prime thirty years ago. They really are so modern day Rat Pack its insane. How anyone thinks otherwise doesn't know them.
    jennisfifion December 30, 2007   Link

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