"Hated Sunday" as written by Jonathan Edward Hoadley Foster-moore and Luke Michael Haines....
Close the windows, draw the blinds
I can't stand it if the sun shines
On Sunday
Hated Sunday
Disturbing pictures on the news
Distant wars but they won't touch you
On Sunday
Hated Sunday
Your mother calls, she's alright
Your sister calls, she's in hospital
Honoring politician dead
Car found parked on Beachy Head
On Sunday
Hated Sunday
Oh to be in England on a Sunday
Dear old dismal England an a Sunday-ay
Hated Sunday
Sunday night, time stands still
One last drag, it still feels like school
Tomorrow
Hated Sunday
Your mother calls, she's alright
Your brother calls, he wants money
Oh to be in England on a Sunday
Dear old dismal England an a Sunday
Oh to be in England on a Sunday
Dear old dismal England an a Sunday-ay


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"Hated Sunday" as written by Luke Michael Haines John Moore

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    General CommentI think this song is about the current state of the world. The person in the song wakes up in morning, and feels that every morning is like filled with bad news. People are dying around the world, and people close to you are getting hurt. I think the person is sick of everything and everyone only showing the negative. The person just wants some good news to be shown for once.
    midnight_angelon January 30, 2005   Link

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