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(One day, two days, three, four, five)
A-that's how long that she's been gone
And that's how long I've cried
Five days, five days
Since you walked out the door
Won't you please come home
I couldn't stand five more

Well the first day after she left me
I laughed and told my friends
That she'd be back before
The sun is settin' low again
Five days, five days
Since you walked out the door
Won't you please come home
I couldn't stand five more .

Well, the second day after she left me
I started to have my doubts,
I wondered if she was comin' back
Or Really had checked out.
Five days, five days
Since you walked out the door,
Won't you please come home
I couldn't stand five more .
(One, two, three, four, five days more)

Well, the third day after she left me
I started to watch the door,
Before the day was over
I began to walk the floor.
Five days, five days
Since you walked out the door
Won't you please come home
I couldn't stand five more .

Well the fourth day after she left me
I really began to sweat,
She should have been back days ago
But she ain't got back yet.
Five days, five days
Since you walked out the door
Won't you please come home
I couldn't stand five more
(One, two, three, four, five days more)



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