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Gladys Knight – Good Morning Heartache lyrics

Good morning heartache
You old gloomy sight
Good morning heartache
Thought we said goodbye last night

I turned and tossed until
It seemed you had gone
But here you are
With the dawn

Wish I'd forget you
But you're here to stay
It seems I had met you
When my love went away

Now everyday I start by
Saying to you
Good morning heartache
What's new?

Stop haunting me now
Can't shake you nohow
Just leave me alone

I've got those Monday blues
Can't you tell?
Straight through Sunday blues

Good morning heartache
Here we go again
Good morning heartache
You're the one who knew me when

Might as well get used to
You hanging around
Good morning heartache
Come on, sit down

Stop haunting me now, telling you
It seems I can't shake you nohow
Why don't you just leave me alone

You know what?
I've got those Monday blues
Straight through Sunday blues

Good morning heartache
Well, here we go again
Good morning heartache
You're the one who knew me when

I guess, I might as well get used to
You hanging around
Good morning heartache
Sit down

Get comfortable
If you will
Good morning heartache
Sit down



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