Thursday

Album: Electric (2013)
Charted: 61
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  • will you love me or leave me?
    I'm here, retrieve me
    Don't say it's over, over, over
    Come on, don't fight it
    The time's still right for it
    Don't say it's over, over, over
    I need some meaning
    Expressed with feeling
    It's not over, over, over
    The way you look at me
    Speaks of intimacy
    And it's not over, over, over

    C'mon! why not?

    Thursday then friday
    It's soon gonna be the weekend
    Let's start it tonight, babe
    Stay with me for the weekend
    It's thursday night
    Let's get it right
    I want to know
    You're gonna stay for the weekend
    Starting tonight
    Let's do it right
    I want to know
    You're gonna stay for the weekend
    Thursday, friday, saturday, sunday
    I want to know
    You're gonna stay for the weekend
    Thursday, friday, saturday, sunday
    Stay with me for the weekend

    It could be now
    Could be tomorrow
    But it's not over, over, over
    I'm lost in a dream
    About you and me
    And it's not over, over, over
    And when I wake
    I'll call it fate
    That it's not over, over, over
    Today, tomorrow
    Just speak, I'll follow
    And it's not over, over, over

    C'mon! why not?

    Thursday then friday
    It's soon gonna be the weekend
    Let's start it tonight, babe
    Stay with me for the weekend
    It's thursday night
    Let's get it right
    I want to know
    You're gonna stay for the weekend
    Starting tonight
    Let's do it right
    I want to know
    You're gonna stay for the weekend
    Thursday, friday, saturday, sunday
    I want to know
    You're gonna stay for the weekend
    Thursday, friday, saturday, sunday
    Stay with me for the weekend

    Take that trip down memory lane
    Where you? re never gonna feel the same
    Where you? re never gonna take the blame
    Change your name, now you out the game
    So you head outside, feel the rain
    Something in your brain can't break the chain
    Same mistake again, fake the pain again,
    Day to day you prowl, wakey wakey now
    Holy cow you? re in doubt
    You left and now you feel down
    Your heart lies back in that town
    So creep back in, don? t make a sound
    Or lose your crown again, sleep around again
    Tell your friends that you're proud
    Or ask yourself what you really want from life
    Don? t follow that crowd!

    I never tried to make you
    Walk into the deep end
    And now I find myself
    Awake from all the weekend
    I never tried to cause
    That sunday morning creep-in
    I want to stay
    But I must row that boat home

    It's thursday night
    Let's get it right
    I want to know
    You're gonna stay for the weekend
    Starting tonight
    Let's do it right
    I want to know
    You're gonna stay for the weekend
    Thursday, friday, saturday, sunday
    I want to know
    You're gonna stay for the weekend
    Thursday, friday, saturday, sunday
    Stay with me for the weekend Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER LOWE, ELLIOT GLEAVE, NEIL FRANCIS TENNANT
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
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