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Song Parodies -> "Getting up Monday morning"

Original Song Title:

"Loving you Sunday morning"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"Getting up Monday morning"

Parody Written by:

Peter Andersson a.k.a K1chyd

The Lyrics

The summer is almost over. My vacation definitely is. Here's to dark, cold, weary winter mornings.
Waking up to join the working crew
Every day in sight
Must give it all I've got to get to the hall
Lord you know that we are feeling blue
And that's nationwide
Cos now we know it's good to be at home

Getting up Monday morning
Time for another working day
Getting up Monday morning
Time to get up and earn my pay

Almost fifty weeks a year I'll work through
That's unless I die
This vacation's through, it wasn't long
I never ever wanna force me up
But I must come to life
Sometimes I don't know why I'm getting up

Getting up Monday morning
Back to the mill now everyday
Getting up Monday morning
Bed is so warm I'd like to stay

(What? The song repeats over? I was too tired to notice!)

© Peter Andersson.

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AFW - September 04, 2006 - Report this comment
I agree with the message, here...extra clever last line

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