sunday is the saddest day
when we're apart everything i say
gets in the way, gets into place
of how i feel standing face to face

sunday is the saddest day
all you want
all you breathe
you won't need to find another

tell me what is wrong
tell me where we belong
and what we said
tell me it's only in my head

show me who's to blame
show me we're the same
and where we go
yeh show me something i don't know

sunday is the saddest day
don't give me legends, they're far too late
your sweet crusader he got away
i know that's hard to take

sunday is the saddest day
you don't want
you don't need
cause it's hard to pull together

tell me what is wrong
tell me where we belong
and what we said
tell me it's only in my head

show me who's to blame
show me we're the same
and where we go
yeh show me something i don't know

sunday is the saddest day
you pick apart everything i say
sunday is the sadddest day
all you want
all you breathe
you won't need to find another

tell me what is wrong
tell me where we belong
and what we said
tell me it's only in my head

show me who's to blame
show me we're the same
and where we go
yeh show me something i don't know

tell me what is wrong
tell me where we belong
and what we said
tell me it's only in my head

show me who's to blame
show me we're the same
and where we go
yeh show me something i don't know

(sunday is the saddest day)
yeh show me something i don't know
(sunday is the saddest day)
there must be something i don't know
(sunday is the saddest day)
(when we're apart everything i say)
don't tell me it's only in my head
(sunday is the saddest day)


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