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You look surprised
You didn't think you'd see me
Kicking up my heels
Painting up this town
When you said good-bye
I learned a couple new dances
Cast a couple of glances
I'm on a big roll now...

Except for Monday which was never good anyway
Tuesday I get a little sideways
Wednesday I feel better just for spite
Thursday and Friday take too long
Before I know it, Saturday's gone
But it's Sunday now and you can bet that I'm alright

Don't get me wrong
It wasn't always this easy
Getting over you
Got a little rough on me
It didn't take long
Till I got it together
And everyday I thank my lucky stars that you set me free

Except for Monday which was never good anyway
Tuesday I get a little sideways
Wednesday I feel better just for spite
Thursday and Friday take too long
Before I know it, Saturday's gone
But it's Sunday now and you can bet that I'm alright

Except for Monday which was never good anyway
Tuesday I get a little sideways
Wednesday I feel better just for spite
Thursday and Friday take too long
Before I know it, Saturday's gone
But it's Sunday now and you can bet that I'm alright

It's Sunday now and everything's alright



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