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GOTTA GET THROUGH ANOTHER DAY
By Carole King

It's a gray, gray gloomy day
A strange and moody blues day
Gotta get through, gotta get through another day

Corn yellow silk and golden sunlight I remember
AS we walked together, you and I
Love like a sweet flaming glow inside
Now has been denied
And I've cried till I can't remember why

I Gotta get through, gotta get through some way
Gotta get through, gotta get through another day

Will Tuesday be "good news" day
Or another "paying dues" day
It's a strange and moody blues day anyway

Some say that time brings a better understanding
Of the ryme and reason to it all
Still the flame keeps burning through the lonely night
It's just not all right
ANd I wonder if I'll make it till you call

I Gotta get through, gotta get through some way
It's a gray, gray gloomy day,
A strange and moody blues day
Gotta get through, gotta get through another day



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