"Seven Lonely Days" as written by and Ken Fraser....
Seven lonely days make one lonely week
Seven lonely nights make one lonely me
Ever since the time you told me we were through
Seven lonely days I've cried and cried for you

Oh my darling, I'm crying, hoo hoo hoo hoo
There's no use in denying, I've cried for you
What's your favorite past time? Just a making me blue
Last week was the last time I've cried for you

Seven hankies blue I filled with my tears
Seven letters too I filled with my fears
Guess it never pays to make your lover blue
Seven lonely days I've cried and cried for you

Oh my darling, I'm crying, hoo hoo hoo hoo
(Seven lonely days)
There's no use in denying, I've cried for you

What's your favorite past time? Just a making me blue
(Seven lonely nights)
Last week was the last time I've cried for you
(Seven lonely days)

Seven lonely days make one lonely week
Seven lonely nights make one lonely me
Ever since the time you told me we were through
Seven lonely days I've cried and cried for you

Seven lonely days make one lonely week
Seven lonely nights make one lonely me
Ever since the time you told me we were through
Seven lonely days I've cried and cried for you
Seven lonely days I've cried and cried for you


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"Seven Lonely Days" as written by Earl Shuman Alden Shuman

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