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SWEET THURSDAY (Paul Francis Webster (m) / Jerry Livingston (l) 1962) Johnny Mathis 1962 It was on a sweet Thursday Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday all had passed Came the day I'd waited for at last And you were there, with love to spare. Making it a sweet Thursday Not like any other day I'd known Giving me a dream to call my own A dream that you are sharing too. People meet by some design Prearranged by laws divine Yet who is there who can define Just what mystic fate combined to make you mine. We were only two strangers But we aren't strangers anymore And as I stand and kiss you at your door I know my life was incomplete ‘Till that wonderful, wonderful Thursday, my sweet. ‘Till that wonderful, wonderful Thursday, my sweet. NOTES: Johnny Mathis has sold over 350 million records, confirmed by Guinness World Records. (Transcribed by David Story - November 2013)

    


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