On Any Other Day

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"On Any Other Day"
"On Any Other Day" is a song on The Police album Reggatta de Blanc.
Recorded by The Police
Released: 1979-10-02
Recorded: 1979
Length: 2:57
Album(s): Reggatta de Blanc
Label(s): A&M
Writer(s): Stewart Copeland
Producer(s): Stewart Copeland, Sting, Andy Summers, Nigel Gray
Studio(s): Surrey Sound Studios
Released as single? NO

"On Any Other Day" is a song written by Stewart Copeland and recorded by The Police in 1979.

About the song

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Personnel

Release History

Albums

"On Any Other Day" appears on the following album releases:

Cover art Album title Release date Release country
Police-album-reggattadeblanc.jpg Reggatta de Blanc 1979-10-02 United Kingdom
Police-album-messageinaboxthecompleterecordings.jpg Message In A Box: The Complete Recordings 1993-09-30 United Kingdom

Video

"SONG TITLE" appears on the following video and dvd releases:

Cover art Video title Release date Release country
Stub.gif Video or dvd title YYYY-MM-DD Country

Lyrics

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The other ones are complete bullshit

D’ya want something corny? 
You got it. 

There's a house on my street 
And it looks real neat 
I'm the chap who lives in it 
There's a tree on the sidewalk 
There's a car by the door 
I'll go for a drive in it 
And when the wombat comes 
He will find me gone 
He'll look for a place to sit 

My wife has burned the scrambled eggs 
The dog just bit my leg 
My teenage daughter ran away 
My fine young son has turned out gay 

Cut off my fingers in the 
Door of my car 
How could I do it? 
My wife is proud to tell me 
Of her love affairs 
How could she do this to me?
 
My wife has burned the scrambled eggs 
The dog just bit my leg 
My teenage daughter ran away 
My fine young son has turned out gay 
And it would be O.K. on any other day 
And it would be O.K. on any other day 

Throw down the morning papers 
And spill my tea 
I don't know what's wrong with me 
The cups and plates are in a 
Conspiracy 
I'm covered in misery 

My wife has burned the scrambled eggs 
The dog just bit my leg 
My teenage daughter ran away 
My fine young son has turned out gay 
And it would be O.K. on any other day 
And it would be O.K. on any other day

Quotations and trivia

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Alternative and cover versions

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See also

External links

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References