What a morning
Made to order
What a rainbow
We'll go there someday

See that blue sky
Knows no limits
That's why the clouds stay away

It's so easy predicting the way
People shrug in surprise
When they hear what I say

Hear laughing doubters
I'm laughing louder
I don't really care

There's a song in my ear
I've been hearing for years
Somehow it always appears

(whistling)

What a way to
Spend the day you
Can't turn a corner
Without making friends

Every second
Life gets better
I don't know where it will end

It's so easy to know what they'll say
When i walk through the streets almost every day

Dear laughing doubters
I'm laughing louder
I don't really care

There's a song in my ear
I've been hearing for years
Somehow it always appears

Dear laughing doubters
I'm laughing louder
Why should I care

There's a song in my ear
I've been hearing for years
Somehow it always appears

(whistling)



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    General Comment:Based on the key change/similarities, I think the song he's been hearing for years is Fool on the Hill by The Beatles.
    FloatingShifton September 30, 2012   Link

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