I'm holding on, waiting for your call
It's simple, but I can't explain this
I'm sinking down; I feel like I could die
I'm falling off; I don't know why

I still believe it when you say
It's another perfect day
Another perfect day
I still believe it when you say
It's another perfect day
Another perfect day

So I might try to leave it all behind
I know tomorrow's not so bright now
I'll say goodbye 'cause nothing good can last
(You wear and figured no where fast)
And today I don't know how to keep it all inside
But I guess I'll let it slide

I still believe it when you say
It's another perfect day
Another perfect day
I still believe it when you say
It's another perfect day
Another perfect day

Today I don't know why
I thought that it was real
But I guess it's no big deal

I still believe it when you say
It's another perfect day
Another perfect day
I still believe it when you say
It's another perfect day
Another perfect day

I don't know how
I don't know how
To let it slide


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Another Perfect Day Lyrics as written by Stacy Jones

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    this song is really good. When i hear it, its like i really know what Stacy is singing about.His voice is really nice in this song

    Tenacious Joeon May 09, 2002   Link
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    o yeah, the song is called ANOUTHER Perfect Day

    Tenacious Joeon May 09, 2002   Link
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    i love this song...it sums up the way i feel about my m8 so it means loadz 2 me.

    satansevilangelon June 05, 2002   Link
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    I think this is about ignoring your doubts or fears and listening to the lies people say about how good things are.

    Lester8on June 05, 2002   Link

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