When you hear the opening chords of this song by Tony Carey, it immediately brings you back to a time when you were younger. The song was released in 1984, and it is the first track on Carey's album Some Tough City. It has become Carey's highest charting single and one of his most popular hits.
This is a wonderful, upbeat song that features bouncy piano by Carole King. Besides that, there is also a great lead vocal performance by Judy Craig and a saxophone solo that will get your feet tapping.
It's also a song that's got a great feel-good vibe to it; it is like a classic girl group record. This is something that I think will appeal to a wide variety of people, but especially women who are looking for a good pop/rock song to listen to on a rainy day.
The lyrics of this song are very simple, but they are incredibly powerful and meaningful. The line "A new day is beautiful until it becomes the same old day" describes how the same things can happen over and over again, and you have to work through it to find out what happens next.
This song is definitely one of my favorites by Carey, and it has a really special meaning for me. It has been a very important song in my life, and it has made me feel better about some things that have happened to me.