"Daytime" as written by and Yusuf/davies Islam....
In the daytime, time for celebration.
No use looking down if it's over here.
It's a world, a new creation,
And the golden light of the morning
Makes it easy to comb your hair.
And the love of a child.
It's the time of the year.

In the daytime you can move a mountain
With a blink of your eye.
Now it's over here, now it's over there.
It's a world with no complications,
And the curtains on the window
Start blowing like your hair.
And the love that I feel.
'Cause it's the time of the year.

Mysterious moon found me crying in the dark.
Heard my footsteps on the stairs.
Mysterious moon found me crying.
But the sun dried my tears;
Showed he cares.

In the daytime, time for celebration.
No use looking down, children open your eyes.
It's a world, a whole nation.
Now the white boats have landed
And the innocent are here.
So dream for the child
'Cause it's the time of the year.

Lyrics submitted by BrainDamage

"Daytime" as written by Alan Davies Yusuf Islam

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    General CommentThe music in between the lyric's sound a lot like the piano in Elton John's "Tiny Dancer", but that's just my opinion. One of his "softer" songs, very good one, expressive of his feelings when "Daytime" was realeased.
    Silentlisteneron February 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentCould be the child he talks about is Jesus?
    Christmas, tme of the year..you know.
    bear_hug20on September 03, 2008   Link

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