I`d explain how I felt if I thought I could
But we got an understanding and it`s well understood:
She treats me too good for my won good,
And if she jumped off a bridge, you know I would...

Oh no, you see, it`s not you (it must be me)
Oh no, I pray that i`m enough to make you stay...(no way)

I could dwell on this until I die
It`s ridiculous, but it`s the fear I hide
I get so jealous at the wrong times
I may be senseless, but i`m not blind

Everyday above ground is a good good day
Everyday you`re around it makes me believe
If i`m not six feet down then i`m well on my way
Everyday above ground i`m tired, oh everyday
Everyday above ground is a good good day

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Everyday Lyrics as written by Joseph Elliott Philip Kenneth Collen

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    WHAT?? No one has commented?? This song drives my life and keeps me going when times are bad. "EVERYDAY ABOVE GROUND IS A GOOD, GOOD DAY"

    BlackLungFeveron June 18, 2002   Link
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    i agree...this song does keep you going...it's sucha uplift..like most of their songs. and the best part is "and so the impossibles having accomplished the impossible..."

    clairebear201on August 25, 2002   Link
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    if im not 6 feet down im well on my way. this song is great. its definetly a good song to listen to when your feeling down to make you feel better.

    wavescrashedblueon September 15, 2002   Link
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    I would say something... but it's all already been said. "I could dwell on this until I die"

    glowemberon April 28, 2003   Link

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