"Another Day" as written by and Tom/cook Mallicoat....
Captured in this sequence
I lust for days of promise passing by
Another place, another time
Another ship of fools I am on
Oh, they go nowhere
Should I feel this way?
Have I been this way before?
Just another day

In the life of one man
Who watched the hours quickly passing by
I had the world in my hand
But then how could I let it slip away
Oh God, fade away
Should I feel this way?
Have I been this way before?
Just another day

I waited on the morning
The sun did rise
Another day is lost in time
Now my direction wanders
I've lost my way
Oh God, I need someone
To help me through another day
Is this real

Time will never answer for itself
Seems I'm wasting all of mine
These feelings that I have for you
So unreal and they just get in my way
Oh God, in my way
Should I feel this way?
Have I been this way before?
Just another day

I waited on the morning
The sun did rise
Another day is lost in time
Now my direction wanders
I've lost my way
Oh God, I need someone
To help me through another day
Is this real

Tried to feed this hunger
Tried to see this light
Now I can feel no longer
Is there no escape from here
Is this life, but what I have seen

Captured in this sequence
I lust for days of promise passing by
Another place, another time
Another ship of fools I am on
Oh, they go nowhere
Should I feel this way?
Have I been this way before?
Just another day

I waited on the morning
The sun did rise
Another day is lost in time
Now my direction wanders
I've lost my way
Oh God, I need someone
To help me through another day
Is this real


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"Another Day" as written by Tom Mallicoat Eric Cook

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