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Thu, 24.09.2009

GOOD MORNING HEARTACHE by Irene Higginbotham.

God morning heartache, you old gloomy sight. Good morning heartache, tho’t we said goodbye last night.
I tossed and turned until it seemed you had gone, but here you are with the dawn.
Wish I’d forget you but you’re here to stay. It seems I met you when my love went away.
Now everyday I start by saying to you, “Good morning heartache, what’s new?”
Stop haunting me now, Can’t shake you no how.
Just leave me alone. I’ve got those Monday blues straight thru Sunday blues.
Good morning heartache, here we go again.

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