"Brand New Day" as written by and Al Kooper....
Last night I had a dream that the world was changin' by leaps and bou-ounds
It started up from the big old cities and it spread to the smaller towns
And then people began to smile at people they'd never even seen
And when Jeremiah woke up me I was ready to live that dream

Well it's brand new day, brand new way-ay, I can see it comin' in
It's a brand new day-ay, oh yeah-eah, uh-huh
Brand new day-ay, brand new way-ay

The mother called the father on the telephone, who said my God, I'm so upset
The boy left home naked this morning, all he took was the TV set
And the sister picked up the extension and she said he's just doin' his thing
And the father hung up on the mother and the jilted began to sing

Well it's brand new day-ay, brand new way-ay
I can see it comin' i-in, It's a brand new way-ay, oh yeah

Well we've got ourselves together and see where we go from here
We've got to fight for what we believe in 'cause there's somethin' in the air

It's a brand new day-ay, brand new way-ay
Yeah, it's a brand new day-ay, brand new way-ay, Hi-ya there, oh-no,

Twenty million tell the storeman at the gates, how can you be surprised
With an image of the fallen four reflected in their eyes
And then twenty million tongues were shouting out
But they're all heard by precious few-ew
And the years of night will pass forever when the sun comes shining through

And it's a brand new day, brand new way
Brand new day, it's a brand new way-ay, ha
Believe me, a brand new day-ay, yes, it's a brand new day-ay

We got to get ourselves together
We've got to see where we go from here, oh, hey-yeah

Last night I had a dream that the world was changin' by l


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"Brand New Day" as written by Al Kooper

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