The Songs of Gallus Line
Each and Every Day
Gallus Line
©1983, 2000
I get up in the morning, each and every day.
I get out of bed, each and every day.
Look at my baby, yeah
I have to say.
I love you, baby
More and more each day.

I get in the car, each and every day.
I get on the freeway, each and every day.
I don't fight traffic,
But that's not to say,
Traffic ain't heavy,
Each and every day.

I fight the crises, each and every day.
Crises at work, each and every day.
I wait for someone,
Someone to say.
"You do a good job,
Each and every day."

Well I walk out the door:
"Good bye, I love you."
It's a good thing to say:
But not a good thing to do.
And I don't like where I go,
I don't like what I do,
I don't like where I go,
Because I'm going without you.

It's just too far,
Too many miles in between.
The day's too long and
The calls they are too few.
And I don't like what I do,
I don't like where I go,
I don't like what I do
Because I'm doing without you.

The day ticks by and
I walk out to my car.
Get on the freeway and
I crawl on home.
Now I like where I go,
I like what I do,
I like where I go
Because I'm going home to you.

I get home from work, each and every day.
I walk though the door, each and every day.
Look at my baby,
Yeah, I have to say.
I love you, baby,
More and more, each day.

Get into bed, each and every day.
Turn out the light, each and every day.
Look at my baby,
Yeah, I have to say,
I love you, baby,
More and more each day...

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