"Red Letter Day" as written by William Jonathan Brown and Samuel Dylan Murphy Preston....
You like to buy and buy the best
It's not been that long since you were penniless
So you flaunt your success
You spend on yourself and you spend with finesse
And the ones who felt your wrath
Need constant reminders you're not going back
You invest in the profane
Your license plate reads like a mundane campaign
You collect and attain
The porcelain figures are rare and hand made
But those who are in your way
Can't rest assured they could be you one day

Just throw it all away
Review your fate and seize the day
You'll throw it all away
It never mattered anyway
This red letter day
Is bigger than you'll ever be
So throw it all away
Seize the day

You let us know you made the grade
All your Italian suits are tailor made
You obsess on the world pay
One of these days deeper needs will invade
We throw it all away
The flames they can bite as you live for the day

Just throw it all away
Review your fate and seize the day
You'll throw it all away
It never mattered anyway
This red letter day
Is bigger than you'll ever be
So throw it all away
Seize the day


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"Red Letter Day" as written by William Jonathan Brown Samuel Dylan Murphy Preston

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    General Commentthis is the band Babyshambles wish they could be. They should merge all them bands together, create some sort of superband. I'd love to hear Ordinary Boys covering "8 dead boys".
    Jaydon September 04, 2006   Link

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