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Paul McCartney – Lady Madonna lyrics

Lady madonna, children at your feet
Wonder how you manage to make ends meet
Who finds the money, when you pay the rent
Did you think that money was heaven sent

Friday night arrives without a suitcase
Sunday morning creeping like a nun
Mondays child has learned to tie his boot lace
See how they run!

Lady madonna, baby at your breast
Wonder how you manage to feed the rest

(sax solo)
See how the run!

Lady madonna, lyin on the bed
Listen to the music playing in your head

Tuesday afternoon is never ending
Wednesday morning paper didn't come
Thursday night your stockings needed mending
See how the run!

Lady madonna, children at your feet
Wonder how you manage to make ends meet



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