"Saturday Clothes" as written by and Gordon Lightfoot....
I feel a little blue 'cause I can't sew
There's still a lot of things that I should know

Anyone can guess
I don't know how to press
My Saturday clothes
And everyone's goin' home

I feel a little sad to watch them leave
But I'll be cool because I don't believe

The happy times are gone
I can still put on
My Saturday clothes
Every warm body knows

I've got to tell you that was a swell time
Now I'll take the butts away
And put the glasses on the tray
I'll see you all next Saturday

I feel a little off because they're gone
And if my gal were here I'd still be on

But in a week or two
There's lots of things to do
In my Saturday clothes
And everyone's gone home

I've got to tell you that was a swell time
So now I'll take the butts away
And put the glasses on the tray
I'll see you all next Saturday



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"Saturday Clothes" as written by Gordon Lightfoot

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