"Ordinary Day" as written by Tony W. Wood and Ginny Owens....
This big-time ride is all I know
A picture-perfect life on show
Stellar nights that never end
And people claim to be your friend

But you are the one I need
No place I'd rather be
Here only I can breathe
Love is a simple thing for free
Please don't take that away from me
Forgive me if it sounds mundane

What matters now is our ordinary day
Ordinary day
What matters now is our ordinary day
Ordinary day, ordinary day

Don't say big words or even try
To build me castles in the sky
No clever tales if true who knows?
I choose the plainly spoken prose

But you are the one I need
No place I'd rather be
Here only I can breathe
Love is a simple thing for free
Please don't take that away from me
Forgive me if it sounds mundane

What matters now is our ordinary day
Ordinary day
What matters now is our ordinary day
Ordinary day, ordinary day

'Cause you are one I need
There´s no place i´d rather be
'Cause love is free and simple
Please you can´t take that away from me
Excuse me if it´s all the same
What matters now is our ordinary day

What matters now is our ordinary day
Ordinary day
What matters now is our ordinary day
Ordinary day, ordinary day


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"Ordinary Day" as written by Daniel Phillip White Mark Vincent Reilly

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