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Written by Gerry Beckley, ©1998
Found on Human Nature.

Wednesday morning was the last time we talked
I guess she figured it was better if she walked
It could've been me just the same
There's no winner in this game
Oh, Wednesday morning was the last time we talked

Wednesday evening was the first time she cried
It could've turned out different if I'd lied
Something deep within us all
Sees the writing on the wall
Oh, Wednesday evening we didn't talk at all

I've been waiting every evening
Wondering what I'm gonna say
Sometimes life can be deceiving
Wednesday won't go away

It could've been me just the same
There's no winner in this game
Oh, Wednesday evening and nothing is the same

(Oh) I've been waiting every evening
Wondering what I'm gonna say
Sometimes life can be deceiving
Wednesday won't go away

Wednesday morning, yeah
Sometimes life can be deceiving
Wednesday won't go away

I've been waiting every evening
Wondering what I'm gonna say
Sometimes life can be deceiving
Wednesday won't go away, yeah

Wednesday morning, yeah
Sometimes life can be deceiving
Wednesday won't go away

Wednesday morning, yeah



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