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  1. From R&B ballads (''Just Another Day''), to up-tempo funk infusions (''Party Up'', ''Second Wind''), to Motown inspired (''There is No Love'', ''South Side of Heavy''), Roger again demonstrates his love of the groove with this collection of inspired creations/5(18).
  2. Aug 07,  · Friday, July 31, was just another day on the opinion page of the Gloucester Daily Times. Ceaseless malevolent rhetoric, this time accusing the president of engaging in “cruelty” and.
  3. Jul 20,  · Customer Review: Watch the trailer for Just Another Day. See full review. Manufacturer Video. Onsite Associates Program. Customer reviews. out of 5 stars. 4 out of 5. 33 customer ratings. 5 star 58% 4 star 11% 3 star 11% 2 star 14% 4/5(33).
  4. Every day is just another and another and another. I will hold it all together. We're the perfect loving family. If they say we're not then f**k 'em. The perfect loving family. I will keep the plates all spinning. And the world just keeps on spinning. (Spoken) DIANA.
  5. It's just another day without you It's just another day Ohh, making the time Find the right lines to make you stay forever What do I have to tell you? Just trying to hold on to something Give us a chance to make it, to make it No, no, no, wanna hold on to never I'm not that strong, I'm not that strong I, I don't wanna say it I don't wanna find.
  6. Jul 23,  · Just another day, she says. She gets in her car and heads to work. She pushes on the squeaky pedal that makes the same sound every day. It sounds like a baby bird singing its first song. She heads to the coffee shop with her computer and starts working. Just another day, she says. A week after the girl’s routine begins to drift off.
  7. Apr 06,  · Published on Apr 5, "Another Day" is a song recorded by Paul McCartney in New York in , during the sessions for his album Ram. Although it was the .
  8. just another day Another in a series of typical, ordinary days. Often used to highlight that one's typical day consists of things not normal for most people. A: "How was your day, dear?".

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