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'''Good Day''', a song by [[Andrew Horowitz]], won the 2004 BMI John Lennon Scholarship. It's been played on [[The Late, Late Show]] with [[Craig Ferguson]].  Good Day was featured in the April 6th, 2006 episode of '''The O.C.''', a popular prime-time drama on the Fox network.
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'''Good Day''' is a song written by [[Andrew Horowitz]], it won the 2004 BMI John Lennon Scholarship; and It's been played on '''The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson.''' Good Day was also featured in the April 6th, 2006 episode of '''The O.C.''', a popular prime-time drama on the Fox network.
  
The [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNgyFJOzbs4 music video] for Good Day Debuted along side it's single release and was later shown in the first episode of [[Tally Hall's Internet Show]].
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The music video for Good Day debuted along side it's single release<ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNgyFJOzbs4 Good Day Music Video]</ref> and was later shown in the first episode of [[Tally Hall's Internet Show]].
  
 
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Good Day originally appeared on the [[Party Boobytrap]] EP, then moved to [[Complete Demos]] unmodified. Apart from the orchestration, there were no major changes when updated for [[M.M.M.M.]]
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Good Day originally appeared on the [[Party Boobytrap]] EP, then moved to [[Complete Demos]] unmodified. Apart from the orchestration, there were no major changes when updated for [[M.M.M.M.]]. During the making of the music video for Good Day, [[Joe Hawley]] and [[Zubin Sedghi]] were robbed of most of their equipment and were left injured. This event was referenced in [[Rotary Park]], a song by both Joe and Zubin on Joe's album called [[Joe Hawley Joe Hawley]]
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===Live Performances===
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Good day was performed on Fearless Music with the dialogue segments in the breakdown section changed to "Fearless, we are! Fearless, I say!". Rob's chicken sound, however, remained unchanged. <ref>[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNgyFJOzbs4 Tally Hall on Fearless Music - Good Day. Published: October 19th, 2006.]</ref>
  
 
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The breakdown has Rob making a chicken sound!
 
The breakdown has Rob making a chicken sound!
  
Tally Hall recorded a special version of Good Day in the fictional "Simlish" language for the Sims 2: Apartment Life expansion pack!
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Tally Hall recorded a special version of Good Day in the fictional "Simlish" language for the Sims 2: Apartment Life expansion pack<ref>[https://uk.ign.com/articles/2008/08/07/sims-2-apartment-life-soundtrack "The Sims 2 Apartment Life Soundtrack". IGN Music. GN UK Acessed: December 19, 2018]</ref>
 
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Latest revision as of 06:40, 19 December 2018

Good Day
GoodDay singleCover.jpg
Written by Andrew Horowitz
Appears on Party Boobytrap, The Pingry EP, Complete Demos, Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum
Sung by Joe Hawley, Rob Cantor, Zubin Sedghi
Genre Rock
Language English




Good Day is a song written by Andrew Horowitz, it won the 2004 BMI John Lennon Scholarship; and It's been played on The Late, Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Good Day was also featured in the April 6th, 2006 episode of The O.C., a popular prime-time drama on the Fox network.

The music video for Good Day debuted along side it's single release[1] and was later shown in the first episode of Tally Hall's Internet Show.


History[edit]

Good Day originally appeared on the Party Boobytrap EP, then moved to Complete Demos unmodified. Apart from the orchestration, there were no major changes when updated for M.M.M.M.. During the making of the music video for Good Day, Joe Hawley and Zubin Sedghi were robbed of most of their equipment and were left injured. This event was referenced in Rotary Park, a song by both Joe and Zubin on Joe's album called Joe Hawley Joe Hawley

Live Performances[edit]

Good day was performed on Fearless Music with the dialogue segments in the breakdown section changed to "Fearless, we are! Fearless, I say!". Rob's chicken sound, however, remained unchanged. [2]

Trivia[edit]

The breakdown has Rob making a chicken sound!

Tally Hall recorded a special version of Good Day in the fictional "Simlish" language for the Sims 2: Apartment Life expansion pack[3]


Lyrics[edit]

I'd like to say hello and welcome you good day that is my name
Come here and sit down I'm so glad you even really truly came
We can even go and take a walk or something like that or something like that
But first I need to introduce my what and introduce my when

Let us sing

Its name I like to call it likes to say it's nothing (it's nothing)
It lives and breathes and it insists that it insists that it is something (it's something)
It never liked to speak or run or walk or sleep or eat
It even thought that everybody tried to thought to take its seat

Chorus:
Looking through glass eyes
Give it a few tries
Nothing goes right in its time
Kill all its bad dreams
Wonder 'bout no things
Circles and spirals in mind

But we know that this song is not about a no or yes or why
What's really truly what I say is that about a little sigh
So come along I think I'm done I think we're done yes this is done
What's truly that I think about it and it thinks about a ton

Let us sing

Chorus

I thought you knew I knew but
Why and by and 
Why and by and by
I wanted you to know
I thought you knew but
Why and by and why

Let us sing, let us sing
Let us sing, let us sing
Let us sing, let us sing
Let us sing, let us sing

Birds and bees and television (let us sing, let us sing)
Cardboard houses, x-ray vision (let us sing, let us sing)
Many little silly rhymes (let us sing, let us sing)
Things forgotten lost their time (let us sing, let us sing)
Telephones and silly games (let us sing, let us sing)
Periods and lots of question marks (let us sing) 


References[edit]