Sunny Sunday

Album: Turbulent Indigo (1994)
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  • She pulls the shade, it's just another
    Sunny Sunday
    She dodges the light like Blanche DuBois
    Bright colors fade away on such a sunny Sunday
    She waits for the night to fall
    Then she points a pistol through the door
    And she aims at the streetlight
    While the freeway hisses
    Dogs bark as the gun falls to the floor
    The streetlight's still burning
    She always misses
    But the day she hits
    That's the day she'll leave
    That one little victory, that's all she needs
    She pulls the shade it's just another
    Sunny Monday
    She waits for the night to fall Writer/s: Joni Mitchell
    Publisher: RESERVOIR MEDIA MANAGEMENT INC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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