Sunday

Album: A Thousand Leaves (1998)
Charted: 72
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  • Sunday comes alone again
    A perfect day for a quiet friend
    And you - you will set it free
    I see new morning round your face
    Everybody says its another phase
    And now - now its come to me
    See the magic in your eyes
    I see it come as no surprise
    And you - you turn your eyes away
    Yeah you - you turn it all away
    I guess its true its never too late
    Still I don't know what to do today
    Oh why - can't I set you free
    Will you - do the same for me
    Sunday comes and Sunday goes
    Sunday always seems to move so slow
    To me - here she comes again
    A perfect ending to a perfect day
    A perfect ending what can I say
    To you - lonely Sunday friend
    With you - Sunday never ends Writer/s: KIM GORDON, LEE M. RANALDO, STEVEN JAY SHELLEY, THURSTON JOSEPH MOORE
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