"Nice Cup of Tea" as written by and Raymond Ian Burns....
When I awoke this morning
There was light all around the place
Get to the bathroom mirror
Can that sight really be my face?

Go downstairs, the sunshine glares
Across the welcome mat
Slippers on, must get along
To where the action's at

And so the day breaks over motley cat and me
I read the Sunday paper and have a nice cup of tea

And so into the kitchen
Wondering what I did last night
And open up the Corn Flakes
That they says nutra sheds delight

Rummage in the sink to find a plate
It's almost clean
I think this is the worst state
That the kitchen's ever been

And so the day breaks over motley cat and me
I read the Sunday paper and have a nice cup of tea

There's nothing wrong
And the kettle's on
I think I'll have a cup of tea
And it's OK
It's a lovely day
A lovely day for motley cat and me


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