"Suddenly Monday" as written by Matt Rowe, Richard Frederick Stannard, Melanie Chisholm and Julian Gallagher....
Suddenly Monday appears again
Where was the weekend?
I lost it again
Ran to the bus stop
It's never on time
I couldn't care less
'Cause you make me feel fine

Whenever I'm down
You're always around
Maybe this time true love I've found
What would I do
If I didn't have you
The things that you say
The things that you do

You make me high
I wish that you knew, I wish I could tell you
Together we'd fly
Open your eyes, start reading my mind

Same conversation every day
So much to ask you but can't find a way
Wherever you're going, can I come along?
Whatever your star sign, wherever you're from
The end of the day
And you're still around
My head's in the clouds, feet on the ground
Maybe I should, and maybe you would
Maybe tonight, if only we could

You make me high
I wish that you knew, I wish I could tell you
Together we'd fly
Open your eyes, start reading my mind


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"Suddenly Monday" as written by Matt Rowe Melanie Chisholm

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    General CommentMy favourite naive song of Northern Star. So short and so full of innocence.
    To me it's about how life gets lighten up when you met someone that gets your feet off the ground...
    It reminds me of 2000...the year when I started college, and everything changed, including meeting someone that turned my life around. I remember running to get the bus, hurrying up, and not caring so much anyway, because I knew that seeing him afterwards -or just remember the night before, when all we use to do was kissing- would make up for it :)

    Just I could get back that innocence to my life, but it's impossible, since I'm not 18 anymore...
    Gabigson August 12, 2005   Link

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