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(T-Bone Walker)
Call it stormy Monday,
But Tuesday's just as bad.
Call it stormy Monday,
Tuesday's just as bad.
Wednesday is worse,
And Thursday's all so sad.

The eagle flies on Friday,
Saturday I go out to play.
Eagle flies on Friday,
Saturday I go out to play.
Sunday I go to church,
I get down on my knees and pray.

Lord have mercy,
Lord have mercy, mercy on me.
Lord have mercy,
Lord have mercy, mercy on me.
Oh, I'm crazy about my baby,
Please send her home to me.
Yeah, yeah.

Lord have mercy,
Lord have mercy, mercy on me.
Yeah, Lord have mercy,
Lord have mercy on me.
Well, I'm crazy about my baby,
Please, please send her home.

Call it stormy Monday.



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    UnregisteredMay 4, 2012 at 12:26 am
    The author of this song is probably not hines, eckstine and crowder. The harmony progression may suggest though. The author of this song (apart from any inspirations or aspirations) certainly is aaron thibeaux walker.

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