One Fine Day

Album: Everything That Happens Will Happen Today (2008)

    Saw the wandrin' eye- inside my heart
    Shouts and battle cries- from ev'ry part
    I can see those tears- ev'ry one is true
    When the door appears- I'll go right through-oooh

    I stand in liquid light- like ev'ryone
    I built my life with rhymes- to carry on
    And it gives me hope- to see you there
    The things I used to know- that one fine

    One fine day
    One fine day

    In a small dark room- where I will wait
    Face to face I find- I contemplate
    Even though a man- is made of clay
    Ev'rything can change- one fine-

    One Fine Day...

    Then before my eyes- Is standing still
    I beheld it there- a city on a hill
    I complete my tasks- one by one
    I remove my masks- when I am done

    Then a piece of mind- fell over me
    In these troubled times- I still can see
    We can use the stars to guide the way
    It is not that far- one fine

    One fine day
    One fine day...


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