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Another Day In Paradise

"Another Day in Paradise" is a song recorded by English drummer and singer-songwriter Phil Collins. Produced by Collins along with Hugh Padgham, it was released as the first single from his number-one album ...But Seriously (1989). As with his song for Genesis, "Man on the Corner", the track has as its subject the problem of homelessness and paradise;[2] as such, the song was a substantial departure from the dance-pop music of his previous album, No Jacket Required (1985).

Another Day in Paradise


Collins sings the song from a third-person perspective, as he observes a man crossing the street to ignore a homeless woman, and he implores listeners not to turn a blind eye to homelessness because, by drawing a religious allusion, "it's just another day for you and me in paradise". Collins also appeals directly to God by singing: "Oh Lord, is there nothing more anybody can do? Oh Lord, there must be something you can say."

The song was another hit for Collins. On 23 December 1989, it became his seventh (and, to date, final[update]) No. 1 single in the U.S.[2] The song was also the final No. 1 song of the 1980s in the U.S., and remained at No. 1 for four weeks, which classifies the song as a hit from the 1990s as well. This song is notable for keeping Janet Jackson's "Rhythm Nation" from reaching No. 1. It also saw out the 1980s and saw in the 1990s at the top of the German singles chart. The song had already reached No. 2 in the UK in November of that year. The single version is slightly different from the album version in that it uses a shorter intro.

In a 2016 article for The Guardian, Michael Hann wrote, "Collins has been unfairly criticised for many things, but 'Another Day in Paradise' is not one of them. Criticism of that is manifestly fair." Hann argued that the song patronizes the general public, who "almost certainly encounter poverty more often than [Collins]", and chided Collins for "[equating] his material wealth with his listener's by pointing out that both 'you and me' are in paradise".[19] On the other hand, Jamie Wales of Gigwise described the track as a "classic", and said of the hypocrisy allegations levelled at Collins, "The truth is Phil collected money for homeless charities from fans who attended his concerts and then donated double the total takings out of his own money."[20]

The movie opens with the younger couple, Bobbie and Rosie (Kartheiser and Gregson Wagner). He breaks into a junior college to burgle a vending machine, gets in a struggle with a security guard, is badly wounded and stabs the guard to death. Soon he's being treated by Uncle Mel. "Are you a doctor?'' he asks. "Yeah, sure. I'm a doctor shooting you up with heroin,'' says Mel, sarcastically. As Bobbie recovers, Mel spins visions of the four of them as a family, setting out on a glorious adventure on the road. He's a spieler, a fast-talking spinner of visions, and Sid backs him up with warmth and encouragement. As a sample of the paradise ahead, she takes them on a shopping spree, and then to a nightclub (where the kids get drunk and have to be hauled home by the grownups).

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"Another Day in Paradise" är en låt i genren soft rock som har en speltid på fyra minuter och fyrtiosju sekunder. Enligt notblad publicerade på av Alfred Publishing har "Another Day in Paradise" ett medelsnabbt tempo och utgår från 104 taktslag per minut. Låten skrevs i tonarten f-moll och Collins röst sträcker sig från noten E4 till F5.[5] Låttexten beskriver den fattigdom och utanförskap som vissa människor lever i och hur andra låter bli att uppmärksamma det. I refrängen sjunger framföraren: "Oh think twice, it's another day for you and me in paradise/ Oh think twice, it's just another day for you, you and me in paradise". När Collins diskuterade låten med Bronson berättade han:

In this our world , we have lost the meaning of Humanity.Have the guns and bombs Stopped. Or is man still killing his fellow human being. A question ? WHAT for ???We need PEACE on earth to every single human being on this planet. Yes , there problems, many problems but what ishappening to us now. THIS is a WAKE call. We have lost our humanity towards one another. My heart and my eyes cry for all thisnonsense that is happening to the people everywhere. We have to come to our senses . WE are going backwards. We have all this technology but kindness is missing, the people are hungry, the people need shelter, the people need their dignity. PEACE on this beautiful planet as we are lost,lost in our greed. BE Humble, Lets have decorum. in our world. I used to use the word EQUILIBRIUM. 041b061a72


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