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alexthomasdavis – Day In The Sun lyrics

I'm working hard for my day in the sun
Don't you know it's gonna come
I'm working hard for my day in the sun
Does it look like I'm having fun
Walking round the streets of london
I have never had so much fun
Beneath the summer sun

Have you seen the streets at midnight
Turn around and there's a big fight
Beneath the summer sun
And when the sun goes down
It's back to work again
When will the next day be
No-one can say when



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    alexthomasdavisFeb 24, 2014 at 3:26 pm
    Day In The Sun. Aaah that northern sentiment! Just one day? Are you kidding? It should be one day of work and 364 days in the sun. Thats the way I see it! The song is a rip off of Don't Look Back In Anger and No Woman No Cry chords sequence, I've only done this two or three times out of 200+ songs (and counting!) So I'm not doing too bad on the originality front. It roughly follows, not exactly the same.

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