"Days In Gloucestershire"" as written by Sam Brown and Renee Armand....
One day in your life
You'll remember a place
Someone touching your face
You'll come back and you'll look around, you'll

One day in your life
You'll remember the love you found here
You'll remember me somehow
Though you don't need me now
I will stay in your heart
And when things fall apart
You'll remember one day

One day in your life
When you find that you're always waiting
For a love we used to share
Just call my name, and I'll be there
You'll remember me somehow
Though you don't need me now
I will stay in your heart
And when things fall apart
You'll remember one day

One day in your life
When you find that you're always lonely
For a love we used to share
Just call my name, and I'll be there


Lyrics submitted by amirbe

"One Day in Your Life" as written by Samuel F Brown Iii Renee Armand

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    General CommentDays In Gloucestershire, an unreleased demo song by Michael Jackson, has been reportedly leaked onto the Internet. The original song was recorded back in 2005, but it was reworked a few years later in 2008 with some tweaked lyrics.

    It is reported that Michael stayed in Gloucestershire for sometime when he was with the Jackson 5, and that Gloucestershire left an impression on him.

    During the sexual abuse trial in 2005, Michael wrote the song to reflect a happier moment in his life. You will see by the demo below, that the song is pretty melodic and peaceful.


    “He was staying in a hotel room with his producer Brad Buxer and Jackson said he was a loser, so they wrote a song called “I Am a Loser”.

    “But they later turned that into “Days in Gloucestershire”, a more positive piece about when he was happy.
    amirbeon November 17, 2014   Link

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