"Let The Day Begin" as written by and Michael Kenneth Been....
Here's to the babies in a brand new world
Here's to the beauty of the stars
Here's to the travelers on the open road
Here's to the dreamers in the bars

Here's to the teachers in the crowded rooms
Here's to the workers in the fields
Here's to the preachers of the sacred words
Here's to the drivers at the wheel

Here's to you my little loves with blessings from above
Now let the day begin
Here's to you my little loves with blessings from above
Now let the day begin, let the day begin

Here's to the winners of the human race
Here's to the losers in the game
Here's to the soldiers of the bitter war
Here's to the wall that bears their names

Here's to you my little loves with blessings from above
Now let the day begin
Here's to you my little loves with blessings from above
Let the day begin, let the day begin, let the day start

Here's to the doctors and their healing work
Here's to the loved ones in their care
Here's to the strangers on the streets tonight
Here's to the lonely everywhere

Here's to the wisdom from the mouths of babes
Here's to the lions in the cage
Here's to the struggles of the silent war
Here's to the closing of the age.

Here's to you my little loves with blessings from above
Now let the day begin
Here's to you my little loves with blessings from above
Let the day begin

Here's to you my little loves with blessings from above
Let the day begin
Here's to you my little loves with blessings from above
Now let the day begin, let the day begin, let the day start


Submitted by Michael Hack


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"Let the Day Begin" as written by Michael Kenneth Been

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    General CommentI love this song, just for the pure fact that no one has seemed to haved gotten left out. All embodied blanket coverage of blessings. I wish it would get more airplay. Its says alot.
    AAngel1_4Uon August 29, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis is a great song..thers a meaning behind just if some people looked much closer
    tonieatsworld420on August 29, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis was Al Gore's campaign theme song in 2000. This song fit into his "people versus the powerful" theme and was played after Gore's acceptance speech at the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.
    Blue387on February 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commentoh that guy who created the internet.cool!!!!
    dooglepopon May 09, 2011   Link

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