"It's a New Day" as written by Dwight Myers and Peter (pka Pete Rock) Phillips....
Sleep deprived, an' fallin' apart.
Starin' down your demons out there in the dark.
At the end of the tunnel, you can see a light:
Well, if that ain't a train, you made it through the night.
An' it's a new day in the mornin':
Anythin' is possible, it's all good.
For brief shinin' moment,
Everythin' is wonderful,
Knock on wood.
Knock on wood.
Well, you get knocked down an' you get back up.
You get knocked down again; well, it's just your luck, hah.
It's just one of those years, that you gotta get through.
An' then you wake up an' find, it made a man outta you.
It's a new day in the mornin':
Anythin' is possible an' it's all good.
For brief shinin' moment,
Everythin' is wonderful,
Knock on wood.
Knock on wood.
It's a little humblin' down on your knees.
Ah, but if you say: "Please."
An' it's a new day in the mornin':
An' anythin' is possible an' it's all good. (It's all good.)
For brief shinin' moment,
Everythin' is wonderful,
Knock on wood.
Knock on wood.


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"It's a New Day" as written by Alfred James Ellis James Brown

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