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Gaelic Storm – Hello Monday lyrics

Nothing happened again today excitement took a holiday
No spaceship in my cereal bowl no jam to fill my doughnut hole.
The black stuff in between the stars the space around the moon
If tomorrow comes today wouldn't be a day too soon

Chorus:
Paid on Thursday, gone by Sunday
Hello Monday! Here we go again!
Paid on Thursday, gone by Sunday
Hello Monday!... Here we go again!

Kiss the dog, pat the wife this ain't living this is life
Check to check, nine to five, I'm waiting for my weekend to come alive
Morning follows night, evening follows afternoon.
If tomorrow comes today wouldn't be a day too soon

Paid on Thursday, gone by Sunday
Hello Monday! Here we go again!
Paid on Thursday, gone by Sunday
Hello Monday!... Here we go again!

Then the weekend comes along
Finally having fun
Laughing, Singing, drinking, dancing and then it's gone

Paid on Thursday, gone by Sunday
Hello Monday! Here we go again!
Paid on Thursday, gone by Sunday
Hello Monday!

Paid on Thursday, gone by Sunday
Hello Monday! Here we go again!
Paid on Thursday, gone by Sunday
Hello Monday!... Here we go again!
Hello Monday!
Hello Monday!... Here we go again!



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