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One day you've got me laughing
One day you've got me crying
One day you've got me thinking
I'm going out of my mind
But one thing is true
The one thing that never changes
Is that you've always got me ...

On a Monday, on a Tuesday, on a Wednesday
All the way around 'til Sunday
You've always got me on the good days
And the bad days and the mad days
The happy and the sad days
You've got me every day of my life

One night you've got candles burning
One night your head is aching
Most night you've got several hundred things
Still on you list to get to get done
One thing stays true
One thing that you can know for certain
Is that you've always got me

On a Monday
On a Tuesday
On a Wednesday
All the way up to Sunday
You've always got me
On the good days
And the bad days
And the mad days
The happy and the sad days
You've got me every day of my life

You've always got me
You've always got me by your side
You've always got me
Every single day of my life
You've always got me
You've always got me by your side
You've always got me

One thing stays true
One thing that you can know for certain
Is that you've always got me



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