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SATURDAY'S CHILD (Scott Engel) The Walker Brothers - 1966 Don't stop, don't turn around It's just a lonely clown who keeps callin' But you've grown quite out of love with him The city's endless nights The in-crowds gay young faces have been washed away By too many through the night and day Saturday's child who used to say That you could dance the world away Saturday's child just hangs her head and cries today How could you be so blind Just wakin' up to find what a fool you were 'Cause you let 'em break your heart You turn, you break, you bend You're left without a friend When you seemed to have so many at the start Saturday's child who used to say That you could dance the world away Saturday's child just hangs her head and cries today Saturday's child who used to say That you could dance the world away Saturday's child just hangs her head and cries today Saturday's child who used to say That you could dance the world away Saturday's child just hangs her head and cries today Saturday's child ............ FADE (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2013)

    


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