"Order Of The Day" as written by Christopher John Cheney and Andy Douglas Strachan....
You're not the only one.
You're not the only one,
Living with what you've done
You'll be the lonely one.
You'll be the lonely one,
When the day is done.

I sent a message that you didn't read,
I tried to call but you hung up on me.
Now will you ever come back to me again?

How can you carry on.
How can you carry on,
Pretend that nothings wrong.
You'll have no-where to run,
no-where to run.
When the day is done.

I sent a message that you didn't read,
I tried to call but you hung up on me.
Now will you ever come back to me again?

You're not making any sense saying one last time.
You're not making any sense saying one last time.
Now that your love has expired,
And your heart seems lost and tired.
You're not making any sense saying one last time.

One last time,
One last time.
One last time,
One last time.

You came undone and lost your way,
You took a bet that you couldn't pay.
I wont forget but I'll refrain,
And bury the memory along with the pain.

Hey! The order of the day

Hey! The order of the day

Hey! The order of the day

I sent a message that you didn't read,
I tried to call but you hung up on me.
Now will you ever come back to me again?


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"Order of the Day" as written by Christopher John Cheney Andy Douglas Strachan

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    General Commentlove this song..... all the living ends songs are the best!!!
    livingend_fan92on March 27, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think this song is about a relationship ending, but is more focused on how the other person will regret it, not like other relationship ending songs, which usually talk about the singer's feelings, or the singer's hatred of their ex.
    TheTuxedoon May 25, 2009   Link

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