"Till the End of the Day" as written by and Raymond Douglas Davies....
Baby, I feel good
From the moment I rise
Feel good from morning
Till the end of the day
Till the end of the day

Yeah, you and me
We live this life
From when we get up
Till we go sleep at night
You and me we're free
We do as we please, yeah
From morning, till the end of the day
Till the end of the day

Yeah, I get up
And I see the sun up
And I feel good, yeah
'Cause my life has begun
You and me we're free
We do as we please, yeah
From morning, till the end of the day
Till the end of the day
Till the end of the day
Till the end of the day

You and me we're free
We do as we please, yeah
From morning, till the end of the day
Till the end of the day
Till the end of the day
Till the end of the day
Till the end of the day
Till the end of the day


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"Till the End of the Day" as written by Ray Davies

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    General CommentThis is the song that The Kinks used to open up their sets with. The song tells us that we should live our lives to the fullest, and that you're wasting your life if you're not going to make the most out of each day. And to also do what you feel like doing each and every day, however you get your kicks.
    richieon March 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentBaby, I feel good
    From the moment I arise
    Feel good from morning
    Till the end of the day

    This is a slightly sideways interpretation, I always thought this was about the manic phase of manic depression. Only hypomanic people feel buzzing happy every minute of the day. Ray Davies is bipolar, so I guessed it was about that.

    I also heard Ray just wrote a song around a few chords he liked, and that this is a throwaway number, no matter how enjoyable it is to listen to.
    pandatronicon April 07, 2006   Link

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