Kelly Zion

(11/27/1994)

The Day After Tomorrow


The 'Day After Tomorrow'
is such an awful movie,
but the day after tomorrow
is always a beautiful day.
It's your sweet birthday
the day after tomorrow
I wonder what I'll do to celebrate
maybe I'll bake you 46 birthday cakes
to give to all of your fans
maybe I'll get a stick of dynamite
and start an avalanche
of confetti
and streamers
and birthday balloons
and thousands
of screaming
people who love you
yes, I think that would do.

It's gotta be something drastic,
it's gotta be something great
it's gotta be better
then all the other days
after tomorrow.
It's gotta be sweet
as sweet as your smile
and it's gotta be as crazy
as a country mile
yes, my adopted baby,
I hope you have a great birthday,
the day after tomorrow.

Submitted: Monday, April 29, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013
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