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Roger Whittaker – Hello Good Morning Happy Day lyrics

Hello good morning happy day
The sun is creeping around my window
Hello good morning happy day
I got to get my head up off my pillow

I dreamed that I was walking down this highway
A crowd of folks seemed to be be walking my way
Well I wouldn' call It walking more like swaying
And one and all the folks seemed to be saying

Hello good morning happy day
The sun is creeping around my window
Hello good morning happy day
I got to get my head up off my pillow

When I'm in bed I do the darndest dreaming
One night I dreamed about a fellow screaming
Planes, bombs something he called war
But no one seemed to listen anymore

Hello good morning happy day
The sun is creeping around my window
Hello good morning happy day
I got to get my head up off my pillow

Hello, hello, hello happy day

Hello good morning happy day
The sun is creeping around my window
Hello good morning happy day
I got to get my head up off my pillow

Hello good morning happy day
The sun is creeping around my window
Hello good morning happy day
I got to get my head up off my pillow



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