"Just Another Day" as written by Keith Michael Goodwin and Daniel Eliezer Schwartz....
Looking out my front door
in the morning
I see the light
Afternoon I'm
in the backyard
passing the time
And when I've said
goodbye to sunshine
I call on some of my friends
See you soon
under the moonlight
And something's moving
outside of my house
in the night
It could be the whistle of the breeze
or some wildlife
but we are alright
Drinking our tea
tucked in the bed sheets
I'll dream in melody
How about you?
What will you do?
Oh, maybe
mother and father
still see the light
But when they can't
sit in the sunshine
they call on each other
See you soon
under the moon
I'll see you soon
under the moonlight


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    General CommentOne of my favorite songs by them. Reminds me of summertime lyrically and because that's when I discovered them.
    RuthLesson January 06, 2011   Link

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