"Another Day" as written by John Lennon, Neil Innes and Paul Mccartney....
At times like these when enemies can number more than friends.
A friend indeed is what I need, not someone who pretends.
I'm on my way, I cannot stay another day.
You're such a pain. Must I explain my every meaning to you?
It's such a drag the way you nag at me and make me feel blue.
I'm on my way, I cannot stay another day.
You're so pusillanimous, oh yea. Nature's calling and I must go there.
A glass of wine with Gertrude Stein I know I never share.
But I don't mind. That's just the kind of cross each man must bare.
I'm on my way, I cannot stay another day.
Another day. I know the say that all the world's a stage.
I'll play the fool, but as a rule, I'd rather act my age.
I'm on my way, I cannot stay another day.
I'm on my way, I cannot stay another day.
I'm on my way, I cannot stay another day.


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"Another Day" as written by Neil Innes John Lennon

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