Monday some sort of gentleman came knocking at my door
To offer me garments and jewels
He made me dress up like a princess
Then gave me the bill
At least I knew what to wear for you

Tuesday went to an old lady
With half her teeth missing
Who could see my future quite clear
She grabbd my hand and opened it
And placed something in
Keep it closed in a verse she said

Saturday and Sunday
I know you'll be in town
Behind the curtain I'm learning my lines
And I'll make sure feelings don't show, oh, oh, oh

Wednesday I decided I should learn something new
Like a language or a dance I could boast
I worked harder and harder
As my only goal
Was to make a better impression on you dear

Thursday at the harbor
I questioned the sea
Will I ever deserve that man?
The sky filled with heavy clouds
As my eyes with tears
I had to run back home and cry

Saturday and Sunday
I know you'll be in town
Behind the curtain I'm learning my lines
And I'll make sure feelings don show, oh, oh, oh

Friday I was on my way to see a fine friend
I couldn't care less of my looks
There was no one I could cross here
I strolled with no fear
When I found myself face to face with you

Saturday and Sunday
I know you'll be in town
But it's Friday night, oh you took me off my guard
Saturday and Sunday my dresses all dropped down
My palms started burning
And I spoke a funny tongue

Friday as it started
The clocks all stopped turning
Forgot all my skills and my lines
I had better to learn
Much better to learn
Better to learn


Lyrics submitted by Yrtlzmo

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