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Jill Scott – Good Morning Heartache lyrics

Good morning heartache, you old gloomy sight
Good morning heartache, though we said goodbye last night
I tossed and turned 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 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 know how
Just leave me alone, I've got those Monday blues
Straight to Sunday blues, look what you did to me

Good morning heartache, here we go again
Good morning heartache, you're the one who'll know me well
Might as well get used to you hanging around
Good morning heartache, good morning heartache, good morning, sit down

Just know if you're gonna stay
Heartache you're gonna have to get a job
'Cause mummy's got bills to pay

Okay, even you, heartache, heartache, heartache
Good morning, yeah, good morning
Even you've got bills to pay, I need my money heartache

Good morning heartache, good morning
Open the blinds, open the blinds, open the blinds
You won't do that, will you?
You don't want me to see the sunshine, ha, well, good morning



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