Sometime I lose my pride
And leave my best behind
And everybody has a good laugh
But still I understand
The chance is in my hand
Someday I'm gonna make em believe

So people all around
Let me hear you lay it down
This is all the hope I have

My Day Is Coming
My Day Is Coming
My Day Is Coming, it's coming up someday

It ain't too far from now
I'm gonna work it out
Today is better than yesterday

My shining star will rise
And lead me to the prize
The best of times are on the way

My day is coming, it's coming someday
My day is coming, it might be today
My day is coming, it's coming up someday

An when I get the things I want to have
Will I look back on the critics
Will I say that they were stupid
That they underestimated me all along

Landon Donovan, DaMarcus Beasley, Freddy Adu, Clint Dempsey, Oguchi Onyewu, Bobby
Convey, Eddie Johnson, Steve Cherundolo, Brian Ching, Carlos Bocnegra, Jimmy Conrad,
Pat Noonan, Let me hear you say


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    Song MeaningThis song is great first of all, and my personal fav of Rivers's just behind Longtime Sunshine. It's about waiting for your "day to shine" so to speak. That is, despite inevitable lows, failures, trials, and tribulations, with perseverance and continued effort we will eventually realize our potential, which becomes our day to reflect upon our present efforts with unabated pride. Rivers also enumerates several U.S.-born soccer professionals, which to me is message of inspiration to the U.S. soccer program and its fanbase. Rivers is saying that U.S. soccer will one day realize their dream of winning on the world stage, which has managed to evade our country until present. Hang in there fellas, OUR day is coming! U.S.A.! U.S.A.!
    magoosh008on January 20, 2012   Link

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