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Monday's promise is Tuesday's lie
Saturday's party is Sunday's fight
Something's wrong with you and I
Love's gone wrong that used to be right
And I can feel it slippin' away, slowly, slowly slippin' away
It'll be gone in a few more days
If we don't stop this love of ours from slippin' away
Wednesday's kisses are Thursday's frowns
We can't live two days in a row
When our world's not upside down
Here we stand just watchin' it go
And I can feel it slippin' away, slowly, slowly slippin' away
It'll be gone in a few more days
If we don't stop this love of ours from slippin' away
Wednesday's kisses are Thursday's frowns
Roses are red and violets are blue
Sugar is sweet some of the time
This puzzle's missin' a piece or two
We've got the grapes but never the wine
And I can feel it slippin' away, slowly, slowly slippin' away
It'll be gone in a few more days
If we don't stop this love of ours from slippin' away
Wednesday's kisses are Thursday's frowns
Oh I can feel it slippin' away, slowly, slowly slippin' away
It'll be gone in a few more days
If we don't stop this love of ours from slippin' away
Wednesday's kisses are Thursday's frowns



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