Sunday

Album: Post Pop Depression (2016)
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  • This house is as slick as a senator's statement
    This job is a masquerade of recreation
    Like a wreck, I'm sinking fast

    The key to everything
    I crawl for Sunday
    When I don't have to move
    Caught up in dreams untangled one day
    Where I don't have to prove
    The days roll on and finally Sunday
    A Sunday afternoon
    I've got it all
    But what's it for?
    But getting some more

    Always ready, always steady and
    Always ready, always steady and

    The street is as cold as a corporate lawsuit
    A pride I can't jive is telling me to wipe my boots
    I'm a wreck
    What did you expect?

    The key to everything
    I crawl for Sunday
    When I don't have to move
    Caught up in dreams, untangled one day
    Where I don't have to prove
    The days roll on and finally Sunday
    A Sunday afternoon
    I've got it all
    And so what now?

    (Do what they say and then do what they say, go back)
    (Do what they say and then do what they say, go back)
    (Do what they say and then do what they say, go back)
    Do what they say and do what they say till Sunday
    (Do what they say)
    Until I'm black and blue
    Oh, what can I do?

    Always ready, always steady and
    Always ready, always steady and

    Got all I need and it is killing me
    And you
    Got all I need and it is killing me
    And you
    Got all I need and it is killing me
    And you
    Got all I need and it is killing me
    And you
    Got all I need and it is killing me
    And you
    Got all I need and it is killing me
    And you Writer/s: Dean Fertita, James Osterberg, Joshua Homme
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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