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Maggie Rose – Goodbye Monday lyrics

Woke up late today, I knew
There's be hell to pay, I
Threw something on and hit the door
Looks like all work, no play
Same thing everyday
Sometimes I wonder who I'm working for
And then I think

Goodbye Monday
Weekend's coming fast
Oh oh
Glad we made it
Time to raise your glass

So clap your hands with me
If you got a drink then stomp your feet
Cause now we're gonna burn this mother down, yeah

Too many days since I been home
Had to leave my baby all alone
Can someone tell me where I am today?
Bus broke down on a county road
Am I ever gonna get to the show?
Sometimes I wonder how much I can take

Goodbye Monday
Weekend's coming fast
Oh oh
Glad we made it
Time to raise your glass

So clap your hands with me
If you got a drink then stomp your feet
Cause now we're gonna burn this mother down

So clap your hands with me
If you got a drink then stomp your feet
Cause now we're gonna burn this mother down, yeah yeah

Gonna burn this down
Burn it down
Yeah yeah
Gonna burn it down
Burn it down



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