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May each day in the week be a good day
May the Lord always watch over you
And may all of your hopes turn to wishes
And may all of your wishes come true

May each day in the month be a good day
May you make friends with each one you meet
And may all of your daydreams be mem'ries
And may all of your mem'ries be sweet

The weeks turn to months and the months into years
There'll be sadness and joy, there'll be laughter and tears
But one thing I pray to heaven above
May each of your days be a day full of love

May each day in the year be a good day
May each dawn find you happy and gay
And may all of your days be as lovely
As the one you shared with me today

May each day of your life be a good day
And good night.



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    UnregisteredDec 3, 2013 at 6:44 am
    This song "May each Day" was in our wedding and sung by Vickie Barnes Kendall. Ed and I kneeled on a bench while Vickie sung this song as our prayer song. We married at Faith Chapel in Canyon, Tx on March 22, 1975. Andy Williams sang this song at the end of each of his variety TV show years ago. The words to this song r pretty special. Vickie sang it like an angel, and now she is with those angels in heaven.
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    UnregisteredSep 5, 2012 at 10:40 pm
    A nice thought to have when i wake up in the morning. To cherish what i have, and keep looking for more things that really matter.

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