One Day in Your Life (54-40 song)

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"One Day in Your Life"
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Single by 54-40
from the album Show Me
Released 1987
Format CD single
Genre Alternative rock
Length 4:14
Label Reprise
Songwriter(s) Phil Comparelli, Brad Merritt, Darryl Neudorf, Neil Osborne
Producer(s) 54-40, Dave Ogilvie
54-40 singles chronology
"I Go Blind"
(1986)
"One Day in Your Life"
(1987)
"One Gun"
(1987)
"I Go Blind"
(1986)
"One Day in Your Life"
(1987)
"One Gun"
(1987)

"One Day in Your Life" is a song by Canadian rock group 54-40. It is the first single released from the band's 1987 album, Show Me. It was the band's first song to chart on Canada's singles Chart, peaking at No. 90 on the RPM chart in May, 1988.[1] It is considered to be one of the band's signature songs.

Meaning[edit]

Neil Osborne explained the song as being about "putting your life in perspective", and that "Rather than getting down, there’s so much that you can convert into up."[2]

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