"What a Day (2008)" as written by and Greg Laswell....
What a day to be alive
What a day to realize I'm not dead
What a day to save a dime
What a day to die trying

What a way to say good bye
What a wonderful life now, all a lie
What a way that you survive
What a day to say good night

"Bring on the evening hours," I cry
"Bring on the evidence of my life"
"Bring on the evening hours," I cry
"Bring on the evidence of my life, of my life?

What a day to give a damn
What a day for 'Gone With The Wind'
And what a day to start again
What a day to give up

"Bring on the evening hours," I cry
"Bring on the evidence of my life"
"Bring on the evening hours," I cry
"Bring on the evidence of my life, of my life?

What a day to visit Seattle
What a day for San Francisco
What a day, holy Toledo
What a day to get in the air and go

What a day to give up smoking
What a day to absorb Jim Beam and
What a day to welcome a baby and to begin breathing
To begin breathing

What a day to visit Seattle
What a day for San Francisco
What a day, holy Toledo
What a day to get in the air and go

What a day to give up smoking
What a day to absorb Jim Beam and
What a day to welcome a baby and to begin breathing
To begin breathing


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"What a Day" as written by Greg Laswell

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