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Wednesday Again Lyrics

Artist: Self
Album: Selfafornia

It's a common mistake
Brilliant in most obvious ways
What did you expect
Nutured from your earliest days

You made a perfect circle
All around the world it occured
The sight of inspiration
Then again my vision was .... blurred

Maybe Sunday things will go your way
Maybe Monday you'll wake up
Got too many enemies to make
Maybe Tuesday you'll wake up
Now it's Wednesday again
Thursday is the worst day
So on Friday you can earn your pay
Maybe Saturday

Some say it's surrounding
Some say it's a chemical flaw
False adversting
Knee deep in the thick of it all

Your feeling impaired
Your legs won't walk right
Down the hall at the stairs
You've got a book that you need to read

Maybe Sunday things will go your way
Maybe Monday you'll wake up
Got too many enemies to make
Maybe Tuesday you'll wake up
Now it's Wednesday again
Thursday is the worst day
So on Friday you can earn your pay
Maybe Saturday

Is that what kind of person you are?
Is this what you long to be?
It takes all your time and effort
For a moment of clarity
Is that what kind of person you are?
Is this what you long to be?
It takes all your time and your effort
Is this what kind of person you are?

Maybe Sunday things will go your way
Maybe Monday you'll wake up
Got too many enemies to make
Maybe Tuesday you'll wake up
Now it's Wednesday again
Thursday is the worst day
So on Friday you can earn your pay
Maybe Saturday
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