"One Fine Day" as written by and Walsh/byrne....
Saw the wanderin' eye, inside my heart
Shouts and battle cries, from every part
I can see those tears, every one is true
When the door appears, I'll go right through, oh

I stand in liquid light, like everyone
I built my life with rhymes, to carry on
And it gives me hope, to see you there
The things I used to know, that one fine

[Chorus: x2]
One fine day

In a small dark room- where I will wait
Face to face I find- I contemplate
Even though a man- is made of clay
Everything can change- that one fine-

[Chorus: x3]

Then before my eyes, is standing still
I beheld it there, a city on a hill
I complete my tasks, one by one
I remove my masks, when I am done

Then a piece of mind, fell over me
In these troubled times, I still can see
We can use the stars, to guide the way
It is not that far, the one fine

[Chorus: x4]


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    General CommentThe liner notes talk about this song being inspired in part by Dave Egger's book "What is the What." The sound itself is like secular gospel.
    grasswidow103on February 10, 2009   Link

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