"The Best Day" as written by Carson Chamberlain and Dean Dillon....
We loaded up my old station wagon
With a tent, Coleman, sleeping bags
Some fishin' poles, a cooler of cokes,
Three days before we had to back
When your seven and your in your seventh heaven
Going campin' in the wild outdoors
As we turned off on that old dirt road he look at me and swore
Dad, this could be the best day of my life
Been dreamin' day and night about the fun we'll have
Just me and you doing what I've always wanted to
I'm the luckiest boy alive
This is the best day of my life

His fifteenth birthday rolled around
Classic cars were his thing
When I pulled in the drive with that old 'vette
I thought that boy would go insane
When you're in your teens your dreams revolve around four spinning wheels
We're not zoned in till it was new again
And as he sat behind the wheel
He said Dad this could be the best day of my life
Been dreamin' day and night about the fun we've had
Just me and you doin' what I've always wanted too
I'm the luckiest boy around
This is the best day of my life

Standin' in the middle of the room
Back of the church with our tuxes on
Lookin' at him I said
I can't believe son that you've grown
He said dad this could be the best day of my life
Been dreamin' day and night
About being like you
Just me and her
Watching you and mom I've learned
I'm the luckiest man alive
This is the best day of my life

I'm the luckiest man alive
This is the best day of my life


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"The Best Day" as written by Dean Dillon Carson Chamberlain

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