"Happy Day" as written by Aiden Paul Lambert, Dermot Francis Lambert, Robert John Sexton, Brian Mark Mcloughlin and Barry Patrick Campbell....
The streets were bright and the doors were all open
In this little place that we passed through,
You had your head turned away, but I knew,
You were smiling 'cause you always do.
Carrot cake in the afternoon,
And the sun in gleaming through the cream on the spoon,
Just me and you and you and me,
In a little mad hat
Down by the sea.

You thought the birds that flew above were stars,
But they were only birds.
Stars don't fly in the day,
Not where I come from anyway.
Just me and you and you and me
And you and me and a cacophony of angels,
All taking turns at singing tunes,
With those little mad wings
In the afternoon.

And we held hands,
And looked at the sea,
And the sea was our friend,
So was everything.
I'd like to freeze that moment in time
And wrap it up in tinfoil,
With little ribbons and tinsel and say,
"That was a happy day".

A living colour came from under a rock and said,
"Could you kindly remove that mad hat?
I'm trying to get some sleep down here",
So you did,
Disney, hey.
Now I've seen it all,
Now I've seen it all,
Now I've seen it all,
That was a happy day.
A happy day.

I'll try, I'll try, I'll try,
That was a happy day.
A happy day.
Happy day,
Happy day,
Day.
That was a happy day


Lyrics submitted by JordyWordy

"Happy Day" as written by Barry Patrick Campbell Aiden Paul Lambert

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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