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They called it stormy Monday, but Tuesday is as just as
Bad
Oh they called it, they called it stormy Monday, but
Tuesday, Tuesday is as just as bad
Oh, Wednesday is worst, and Thursday, oh so sad
The eagle flies on Friday, now Saturday I'll go out to
Play
Oh the eagle, the eagle flies on Friday Saturday I'll
Go out and play
Sunday I'll go to church, and I fall on my knees and
Pray
I say, Lord have mercy, Lord have mercy on me
But Lord, Lord have mercy, Lord have mercy on me
You know I'm crazy 'bout my baby Lord, please send my
Baby back on to me
Help me out here man, help me out
Sun rise in the east, it set up in the west
Yes, the sun rise in the east baby, and it set up in
The west
It's hard to tell, it's hard to tell, it's hard to
Tell, which one, which one, which one a little bad
Yeah! Go ahead, do it one more time
Oh the eagle flies on Friday, Saturday I'll go out to
Play
Oh the eagle flies on Friday, you know Saturday I'll go
Out to play
Sunday I'll go out to the signify church
Oh when I'll fall down on my knees and pray
I say, Lord have mercy, Lord have mercy on me
Lord, Lord, Lord have mercy on me
Please, have mercy on me
You know I'm crazy, crazy 'bout my baby
Please, send her back, send her back on to me
Yeah!



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