"Seven Days of the Week (I Never Go to Work)" as written by John Flansburgh and John Linnell....
Oh no, no, I never go to work
Oh no, no, I never go to work
Oh no, no, I never go to work
Oh no, no, I never go to work

On Mondays I never go to work
On Tuesdays I stay at home
On Wednesdays I never feel inclined
Work is the last thing on my mind

On Thursdays, it's a holiday
And Fridays I detest
Oh, it's much too late on a Saturday
And Sunday is the day of rest

Oh yes, yes, practice trumpet everyday
Oh yes, yes, practice trumpet everyday
Oh yes, yes, practice trumpet everyday
Oh yes, yes, practice trumpet everyday

Practice Monday
Practice Tuesday
Practice Wednesday

Practice Thursday
And Friday
And I practiced all night on Saturday
So on Sundays I played best

Oh no, no, I never go to work
Oh no, no, I never go to work
Oh no, no, I never go to work
Oh no, no, I never go to work

On Mondays I never go to work
On Tuesdays I stay at home
On Wednesdays I never feel inclined
Work is the last thing on my mind

On Thursdays, it's a holiday
And Fridays I detest
Oh, it's much too late on a Saturday
And Sunday is the day of rest

It's the day of rest



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"Seven Days of the Week (I Never Go to Work)" as written by John Linnell John Flansburgh

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