"Some Better Day" as written by and Peter Alexander Jobson Andrew Peter Hargreaves....
Between the words that I don't say
Beneath your sacred nights and days
Through the gales of life and laughter
when you can't you see what you're after
The evenings and the afternoons
are measured out in coffee spoons
Between the sunshine and the rain
I thought I'd have something more to say

It's a new life for the neighbours
with their name in all the papers, don't you know?
Don't you know?

Should we go out for a laugh?
I've a faded photograph
of one day in some September
that we had and can't remember
Should your god refute the facts
and science not take up the slack?
You could get your money back
for all you want and all you have

It's a new day for the neighbours
with their name in all the papers, don't you know?
Don't you know?
It's a new day for the neighbours
with their name in all the papers, don't you know?
Don't you know?

I'm looking for some better day
I'm looking for some better way
Through the gales of life and laughter
when you don't know what you're after
will drag me to the kitchen sink
My whole day is on the brink
From here I can still see the moon
I think I'll move there someday soon

It's a new day for the neighbours
with their name in all the papers, don't you know?
Don't you know?
It's a new life for the neighbours
with their name in all the papers, don't you know?
Don't you know?


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