"Plesant Valley Sunday" as written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin....
The local rock group down the street
Is trying hard to learn their song,
They serenade the weekend squire
Who just came out to mow his lawn.
Another pleasant valley Sunday,
Charcoal burning everywhere,
Rows of houses that are all the same,
And no one seems to care.

See Mrs. Gray, she's proud today
Because her roses are in bloom,
And Mr. Green, he's so serene,
He's got a TV in every room.
Another pleasant valley Sunday,
Here in Status Symbol Land,
Mothers complain about how hard life is,
And the kids just don't understand.

Creature comfort goals, they only numb my soul,
And make it hard for me to see.
Ahhh thoughts all seem to stray to places far away,
I need a change of scenery.

Ta ta ta ta, ta ta ta ta
Ta ta ta ta, ta ta ta ta

Another pleasant valley Sunday,
Charcoal burning everywhere.
Another pleasant valley Sunday,
Here in Status Symbol Land.
Another pleasant valley Sunday,
(A pleasant valley Sunday)
Another pleasant valley Sunday,
(A pleasant valley Sunday)


Lyrics submitted by alk3girl

"Pleasant Valley Sunday" as written by Gerald Wexler Carole King

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    General Commentok i love the monkees version of this song, but this one just kicks the crap out of it!
    IHEARTFKFon August 24, 2002   Link

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