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Lonely Weekends
Charlie Rich
(Rich)

Well I'm makin' alright (Well I'm makin' alright)
From Monday morning till Friday night
Oh, those lonely weekends

Since you left me (since you left me)
I'm as lonely as I can be
Oh, those lonely weekends

You said you'd be (ooh-wah) good to me (ooh-wah-wah)
You said our love (ooh-wah) would never die (ooh-wah-wah)
You said you'd be (ooh-wah) good to me (ooh-wah-wah)
But baby, you didn't even try

Well I'm makin' alright (Well I'm makin' alright)
From Monday morning till Friday night
Oh, those lonely weekends

You said you'd be (ooh-wah) good to me (ooh-wah-wah)
You said our love (ooh-wah) would never die (ooh-wah-wah)
You said you'd be (ooh-wah) good to me (ooh-wah-wah)
But baby, you didn't even try

Well I'm makin' alright (Well I'm makin' alright)
From Monday morning till Friday night
Broh, those lonely weekends
Broh, those lonely weekends
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Broh, those lonely weekends
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