"A Good Day" as written by Dan Earnest Orton and Jennifer Schott....
Saw you at the football games
Everybody knew your name
Once or twice I'd see you smile at me
I was scared to ask you out
I was sure that you would turn me down
But I took that chance
'Cause how would that be
Then what do you know
You said you'd go and there we were

Walking barefoot down by the water
Sun was hot
But you made it hotter
Found that shade tree there by the riverbank
Sitting there, our toes all muddy
That first kiss
Was sweeter than honey
And every time that I look back
I say, man that was a good day

We all have our memories
The ones we lose
The ones we keep
The one we know we'll always hold on to
I've had my days, good and bad
But the best ones that I've had
Always seem to start and end with you

Yeah, those are the times
I know that I won't forget
Like that July 4th hugged up by the levy
You squeezed me hard
And told me you loved me
Fireworks flying
Talking our breath away

Felt like we were melting together
Thinking I could do this forever
And every time that I look back
I say, man that was a good day

When we're finished with this ride
And we on the other side
Bet we'll look back on this life

And say man that was a good day
Man that was a good day
Man that was a good day
Man that was a good day
Man that was a good day
Man that was a good day
Oh, that was a good day
Man that was a good day
Oh that, was a good day
Man that was a good day

I saw you at the football games
Everybody knew your name
Once or twice I'd seen you smile at me.


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"A Good Day" as written by Danny Orton Jennifer Schott

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group

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