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Never On Sunday lyrics

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Oh, you can kiss her on a Monday
A Monday, a Monday, very, very good
Or you can kiss her on a Tuesday
A Tuesday, a Tuesday, she rather hopes you would

Or you can kiss her on a Wednesday, a Thursday
A Friday, a Saturday is best
But never, never on a Sunday, a Sunday, a Sunday
'Cause that's her day of rest

Come any day and you be her guest
Any day you say but her day of rest
Just name the day that you like the best
Only stay away on her day of rest

Oh, you can kiss her on a cool day, a hot day, a wet day
Which ever one you choose
Or try to kiss her on a gray day, a May day, a pay day
She'll never will refuse

And if you make it on a bleak day, a freak day, a week day
While you can be her guest
But never, never on a Sunday, a Sunday
A one day she needs a little rest

Just name the day that you like the best
Only stay away on her day of rest

Oh, you can kiss her on a cool day, a hot day, a wet day
Which ever one you choose
Or try to kiss her on a gray day, a May day, a pay day
She'll never will refuse

And if you make it on a bleak day, a freak day, a week day
While you can be her guest
But never, never on a Sunday, a Sunday
The one day she's got to get her rest



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