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Taking Care Day lyrics

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Lena Philipsson – Taking Care Day lyrics

Woke up this morning, and felt a bit tired
I hadn't been sleepin', the night had been lond
A hard day was waiting
With all the things I really didn't want to do
And so I made my mind up
This day is my taking-care day
Slow down and feel your self
Smile while you dream away
And I've got troubles and sorrows
But I wit til tomorrow
This is my taking-care day
I work myself busy
To many times you know, to many times
Sometimes the rest is, all that you need
It takes some time to take a zip of air
It takes some time to put your self together
Missed myself for quite a long time
Now, this day is my taking-care day
Slow down and feel your self
Smile while you dream away
And I've got troubles and sorrows
But I wit til tomorrow
This is my taking-care day
My favorite record, and my favorite sweet
My favorite blouse, is all that I need
Slow down and feel your self
Smile while you dream away
And I've got troubles and sorrows
But I wit til tomorrow
This is my taking-care day



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