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The Diary of Horace Wimp Songtext
von Electric Light Orchestra

The Diary of Horace Wimp Songtext

Monday (Monday)

Late again today
He'd be in trouble, though he'd say he was sorry.
He'd have to hurry out - to the bus.

Tuesday (Tuesday)

Horace was so sad
He'd never had a girl that he could care for.
And if he was late once more
He'd be out - uh-oh.

Don't be afraid, just knock on the door.
Well, he just stood there mumblin' a-fumblin'
Then a voice from above
Said, "Horace Wimp, this is your life
Go out and find yourself a wife
(Come on, Horace)
Make a stand and be a man
And you will have a great life planned!"
(You can do it.
Come on, Horace.)


Wednesday (Wednesday)

Horace met the girl.
She was small and she was very pretty.
He thought he was in love
he was afraid - uh oh.

Thursday (Thursday)

Asked her for a date
The café down the street, tomorrow evening.
His head was reeling
When she said, "Yes, ok."

Don't be afraid, just knock on the door.
Well, he just stood there mumblin' a-fumblin'
Then a voice from above
Said, "Horace Wimp, this is your life
Go out and find yourself a wife
(Come on, Horace)
Make a stand and be a man
And you will have a great life planned!"
(You can do it.
Come on, Horace.)

Friday (Friday)

Horace, this is it!
He asks the girl if maybe they could marry.
When she says "Gladly,"
Horace cries - boo hoo.

Sunday (Sunday)

Everybody's at the church
When Horace rushes in
And says, "Now here comes my wife
For the rest of my life",
And she did.

Don't be afraid, just knock on the door.
Well, he just stood there mumblin' a-fumblin'
Then a voice from above
Said, "Horace Wimp, this is your wife
Go out and find yourself a life
(You can do it.)
Make a stand and be a man
And you will have a great life planned!"
(Horace Wimp.)
Horace, Horace, Horace, Horace,
Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace Horace.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday...
(Horace Wimp, Horace Wimp, Horace Wimp, Horace Wimp)...

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