The Promise of a New Day

Album: Spellbound (1991)
Charted: 52 1
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  • Eagle's calling and he's calling your name
    Tides are turning bringing winds of change
    Why do I feel this way?
    The promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day

    As through time the earth moves under my feet
    One step closer to make love complete
    What has the final say?
    The promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day
    The promise

    And so time over time
    What will change the world?
    No one knows (no one knows)

    So the only promise is a day to live
    To give and share with one another
    See the wisdom from mistakes in our past
    Hear the younger generation ask
    "Why do I feel this way?"
    The promise, of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day (ohh)
    The promise, the promise of a new day (a new day)
    The promise, the promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day (we can)
    We can make it better, baby, hey

    So time over time
    What will change the world?
    No one knows (no one knows)
    So the only promise is a day to live
    To give and share with one another

    Eagle's calling and he's calling your name
    Tides are turning bringing winds of change
    Why do I feel this way?
    The promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day (as through time)

    As through time the earth moves under my feet
    One step closer to make love complete
    What has the final say? (Whoa)
    The promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day (oh, promise me)
    The promise, the promise of a new day (a new day)
    The promise, the promise of a new day (a new day)
    The promise, the promise of a new day

    See the wisdom from mistakes in our past
    Hear the younger generation ask
    "What has the final say?"
    The promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day

    Eagle's calling and he's calling your name
    Tides are turning bringing winds of change
    Why do I feel this way?
    The promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day (ooh)
    The promise, the promise of a new day (why do I feel this way?)
    The promise, the promise of a new day (hey)

    The promise, the promise of a new day (eagle's calling and he's calling your name)
    The promise, the promise of a new day (tides are turning bringing winds of change)
    The promise, the promise of a new day
    The promise, the promise of a new day (as through time the earth moves under my feet)
    The promise, the promise of a new day (ohh)
    The promise, the promise of a new day (one step closer to make love complete)
    The promise, the promise of a new day Writer/s: Paula J Abdul, Peter Lord, Peter Moreland, Sandra Kay St. Victor, Vernon Jeffrey Smith
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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