Lyrics to 'Dismal Day' by Bread : I looked into my morning mirror / And it revealed some things to me that I had not been able to see-see / I saw someone that I'm not sure I want to be / An empty lonely face was starin' back at me / All and all, I would have to say / It's been a rather dismal day / Explain your version of song meaning, find more of Bread lyrics. It's been a rather dismal day And now the evening shadow's falling I guess it's best I lay my hopes to rest For no one's calling my name I sit and wait behind a door that's never knocked on I live in silence like my phone that's never talked on All and all, I would have to say It's been a rather dismal day All and all, I would have to say ... lyrics. Songfacts®: This was Bread's first single, although it didn't chart. “Chicago’s official troubadour” The Midnight Special, WFMT 98.7 fm “Masterful” Chicago Tribune “Dvorak shines!” SING OUT! Lyrics to "Dismal Day" by BREAD: I looked into my morning mirror / And it reveals some things to me that I had not been able to see / I saw someone that I'm not sure I want to be / An empty, lonely face was staring back at me / All in all, I would have to say / It's been a rather dismal day … On a rainy day I feel like I can change the world 'Cause somehow I know that it's all gonna be alright And on a rainy day Lyrics for Dismal Day by Bread. Lyrics to 'Rainy Day' by Big Dismal. Original lyrics of Dismal Day song by Bread. “A master musician, storyteller & songwriter” WKMS, Murray KY “Dvorak’s song book ranges across the American heartland” Blue Bear Music School, San Fancisco CA “Funny, passionate, intimate and unforgettable” Old Town School of Folk Music, Chicago IL Watch official video, print or download text in PDF. I look into my morning mirror And it reveals some things to me that I had not been able to see I saw someone that I'm not sure I want to be. The lyrics of "Dismal Day" are a character portrait of a particularly gloomy fellow: he lives behind "a door that's never knocked on" and believes that people "point and laugh and stare" at him behind his back. It's been a rather dismal day And now the evening shadow's falling I guess it's best I lay my hopes to rest for no one's calling my name I sit and wait behind a door that's never knocked on I live in silence like my phone that's never talked on All and all, I would have to say It's been a rather dismal day All and all, I would have to say Dismal Day by Bread song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position. I wade in streams all day; eat grass; and little else then one day my world was shattered by freakish two-legged beings wielding instruments of pain hell-bent on striking me down a super-psyochotic need to make me and scream and bleed brought on solely by greed I only want to be free if I had my way, I'd stomp you flat under my bulk Comment and share your favourite lyrics. [C] It's been a r [D] ather dismal day [G], hey [D-C] [ G ] The aftern [ D ] oon was slow in c [ Em ] oming [ D ] [ G ] I drove myse [ D/F# ] lf outside the p [ Em ] lace the … David Gates, who wrote the song, says, "We thought that song would be a smash hit, but it didn't do that well as … Lyrics to Dismal Day by Bread from the The Sound of Bread album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!