"Heavy Like Sunday" as written by Leona Naess and Samuel Ronald Dixon....
Let's just get married, raise our own family
Everyone's so unhappy
Follow a heart that's asked from the start to bleed

I cannot wait for, I will not wait forever
It's such a drag, nobody knows me better
I'm heavy like Sunday, I wanna be your reason why
I'm heavy like Sunday, I wanna be your reason why

Let's leave those dark days behind
Mistakes are made but our decisions change our design
The damage is nearly said and done
So let's take the money yeah, let's take the money and run

I cannot wait for, I will not wait forever
It's such a drag, nobody knows me better
I'm heavy like Sunday, I wanna be your reason why
I'm heavy like Sunday, I wanna be your alibi

And friends make better lovers 'cause they look you in the eye
And they'll put you in the middle of a thousand whys

I cannot wait for, I will not wait forever
It's such a drag, nobody knows me better
I'm heavy like Sunday, I wanna be your reason why
I'm heavy like Sunday, I wanna be your alibi

I cannot wait for, I will not wait forever
It's such a drag, nobody knows me better
I'm heavy like Sunday, I wanna be your reason why
I'm heavy like Sunday, I wanna be your alibi

I cannot wait for, I will not wait forever




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"Heavy Like Sunday" as written by Samuel Ronald Dixon Leona Naess

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    General Commenti love the opening lines! It's about her wanting to start over with her partner and just live happily. In my experience a lot of people tend to create drama/unhappiness for themselves, and leona is saying let's just forget all that.
    riceuniton August 15, 2010   Link

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