"Every Weekday" as written by and Tracyanne Campbell....
The last thing I want is to be tiptoeing around you
I want you to know that I'm proud of you
In my head you're nineteen going on ninety nine
You are Saturday and Sunday
Every weekday friend of mine

We got a little butter we took a little bread
It's there for the taking, come put us to the test
We're going to make a record then sail around the world
We might not storm the charts completely
but we'll do our very best

As long as I'm with you
I'll have a friend so true
There is nobody quite like me you say
There is no one half as good as you
I don't want to sound like I've written us off
The words and the feelings are pouring and
I can't turn them off
No I can't turn them off

I won't let you down
Take all of my time
But don't
Don't
No don't let me down


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"Every Weekday" as written by Tracyanne Campbell

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    My OpinionMy favorite part is when she cries "but don't, don't, no don't", makes me feel like I have to keep myself from hurting her again. Such a beautiful voice, such a beautiful song.
    MarloSingeron July 20, 2013   Link

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