"Amazing Day" as written by Mikkel Eriksen, Tor Hermansen, Guy Berryman, Will Champion, Chris Martin and Johnny Buckland....
Sat on a roof
Named every star
Shed every bruise and
Showed every scar

Hope has its proof
Your hand in mine, singing
Life has a beautiful, crazy design
And time seemed to say
Forget the world and its weight
And here I just wanna say

Amazing day
Amazing day

Sat on a roof
Named every star and
Showed me a place
Where you can be who you are

And the view
The whole Milky Way
In your eyes
I'm drifting away
And in your arms
I just wanna sway

Amazing day
Amazing day
Amazing day
Amazing day

And I asked every book
Poetry and chime
Can there be breaks
In the chaos of the times?
Oh, thanks God
You must've heard when I prayed
Because now I always
Want to feel this way

Amazing day
Amazing day
Amazing day
Amazing day
It's today


Lyrics submitted by darkforce100, edited by PeterG220, hylianhero33

"Amazing Day" as written by Tor Hermansen Mikkel Eriksen

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    General CommentThis is a love song, and a beautiful one at that. When they first preformed it at the Global Citizens Festival, I listened to a recording of it on loop for hours.

    So you meet someone and start to fall in love, you feel so comfortable with this person, like you can finally be yourself, and it seems like nothing could go wrong. Like all the problems in the world and in your life disappear while you are with this person, because you're just so happy and in love.

    "Can their be breaks from the chaos of times? Oh, thanks god, must have heard when I prayed cause now I always want to feel this way

    Amazing day"
    BonnieTon November 25, 2017   Link

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