"Never On Sunday" as written by and Cole Porter....
Oh, you can kiss me on a Monday
A Monday, a Monday is very, very good
Or you can kiss me on a Tuesday
A Tuesday, a Tuesday, in fact I wish you would
Or you can kiss me on a Wednesday
A Thursday, a Friday and Saturday is best
But never, never on a Sunday
A Sunday, a Sunday, 'cause that's my day of rest

Most any day you can be my guest
Any day you say, but my day of rest
Just name the day that you like the best
Only stay away on my day of rest

Oh, you can kiss me on a cool day, a hot day
A wet day, which everyone you choose
Or try to kiss me on a gray day, a May day
A pay day, and see if I refuse
And if you make it on a bleak day
A freak day, a week day, why you can be my guest
But never, never on a Sunday

Lyrics submitted by funkygurl714

"Never on Sunday" as written by Billy Towne Manos Hadjidakis

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    General CommentToo much of a good thing can be bad, especially if you are at all religious. ;-)
    led zep lindholmon December 17, 2010   Link
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    General CommentShe seems to be saying she needs a slight respite due to him kissing on her 24/7. Oh, such a horrible complaint:)

    Love the old music, the sentiment of the times, the romancing as opposed to screwing, and just its innocence. Life gets more difficult with choices, and 1960 was not a year necessarily filled with choices. We're all too stressed, distrusting, and pretenscious these days. Here's to good music that just made you stop and smile.
    IllToast2Thaton February 24, 2013   Link

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