At Least A Day
|At Least A Day|
|Written by||Andrew Horowitz|
|Sung by||Andrew Horowitz|
At Least A Day, a song by Andrew Horowitz. One of the songs (along with The Kazoo Song) that was played at The Blind Pig on 4/8/06, but never performed again.
Every once In a while I’ll pretend that I’m a child. I’ll sing lots of silly songs And all my friends, they’ll sing along. About fun About joy About girls and about boys And we’ll run, and we’ll hide And we’ll watch TV inside And I’ll look And I’ll see the place we’ve built That surrounds me Look right now Let’s just say I’m a child for today And we’ll play, in the sun And at least she’ll have her fun. Different worlds All apart See her emotion that it start There’s a million things to do And we’ll learn the whole way through. And I’ll look And I’ll see the place we’ve been that surrounds me Let me say It’s okay to be a child for everyday Join us now As we sing in a song with harmony Let’s be kind So we can find the perfect balance of our minds Let me say It’s okay, for at least a day (whispered) Lay outside Gather round Listen to the cricket sound Feel the freedom in the night Look at all those plants and trees (end whispering) Then in bed Read a tale Without persistence, never fail. When you wake with a light, Cast your troubles out of sight. And I’ll look, And I’ll see the place we’ve built That surrounds me. Let me say It’s okay to be a child for everyday. Join us now As we sing In a song with harmony. Let’s be kind So we can find The perfect balance of our minds. Let me say It’s okay For at least a- Watching the people Imagine a world that Is done with A smile on Its face.