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Badfinger - Day After Day



"Day After Day" is a song by the British rock band Badfinger from their 1971 album Straight Up. It was written by Pete Ham and produced by George Harrison, who also plays slide guitar on the recording. The song was issued as a single and became one of Badfinger's biggest hits, charting at number 4 in the United States and earning gold accreditation from the Recording Industry Association of America.


The record also features Leon Russell on piano. As the song was unfinished at the time Harrison left the Badfinger album to produce the Concert for Bangladesh, the final mix was done by Todd Rundgren, who took over Straight Up after Harrison's departure.



Lyrics



I remember finding out about you

Every day, my mind is all around you

Looking out from my lonely room, day after day

Bring it home, baby, make it soon

I give my love to you


I remember holding you while you sleep

Every day, I feel the tears that you weep

Looking out of my lonely gloom, day after day

Bring it home, baby, make it soon

I give my love to you


Looking out of my lonely room, day after day

Bring it home, baby, make it soon

I give my love to you


I remember finding out about you

Every day, my mind is all around you

Looking out of my lonely gloom, day after day

Bring it home, baby, make it soon

I give my love to you.



Songwriters: Peter William Ham




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