What I say
Is what I know
And all I can say
Is all I've seen
Nobody knows
Like me
That safety in numbers
Is just what it seems

It's been a hard, hard day
In my life
It's been a hard, hard day
For me

All I know
Is all I've seen
All of the faces
Are where I've been

It's been a hard, hard day
In my life
It's been a hard, hard day
For me

And when I walk
I walk the walk of a tired man
I talk, I talk about
Nothing at all
And when I see, I say it's hard to explain
What I mean

And when I walk
I walk the walk of a tired man
Talk, I talk about nothing at all
See, I say it's hard to explain
What I mean
To say

All I know
Is all I've seen
And what I way
Is what I mean
How can I explain
What I know
When all I know
Is all I've seen
And when I walk
I walk the walk of a tired man
Talk, I talk about
Nothing at all

See, I say
It's hard to explain what I mean
And when I walk
I walk the walk of a tired man
See I say nothing at all
Talk, I talk about nothing
That's all I do

It's been a hard, hard day
In my life
It's been such a hard, hard day
For me
It's been a hard, hard day
In my life
But it's not a day
I'd choose to forget


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Hard Day Lyrics as written by Paul David Humphreys Andrew Mc Cluskey

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