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Waiting For Wednesday Lyrics By Lisa Loeb Songs Album: Tails Year: 1994 Waiting for Wednesday, my stomach doesn't hurt enough, Pain always is the sign. Wa

Lisa Loeb - Waiting For Wednesday
Lisa Loeb - Waiting For Wednesday


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Album: Tails
Released: 1994

Waiting For Wednesday Lyrics


Waiting For Wednesday, my stomach doesn't hurt enough,
Pain always is the sign.
Waiting for Wednesday, no proof of mine exists,
So l don't have to take it back.

Don't want to show you good-bye.
Show you good-bye.
Show you good-bye.
Show you good-bye.

But you're waiting for Wednesday.
Waiting for Wednesday.
Waiting for Wednesday, I pray you'll put me on the spot.
I do believe you, that you'll love me that you'll leave me.

What will I do when you come near to me?
You'll put me on the spot.
You've been doing this a long, long time,
Not that you're better than me,
But that you do it a lot.

Now I'm waiting for Wednesday,
Waiting for Wednesday,
Waiting for Wednesday,
Waiting for Wednesday.

I'm gonna show you good-bye,
Show you good-bye,
Show you good-bye,
Show you good-bye.

Now I'm waiting for Wednesday,
You're back from out of town,
The west is dry, your mind is clear,
And I don't want to be here,
I don't want to be here,
I don't want to be here,
To show you good-bye.

And I'm waiting for Wednesday, to show you good-bye.

Writer/s: LISA A. LOEB
Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, REACH MUSIC PUBLISHING
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Waiting For Wednesday
  • This song is about a girl waiting for her period to see if she's pregnant. She's in a bad relationship and is waiting to find out to tell her boyfriend, but by the end of the song, she decides that she'll leave him either way, since she doesn't want to be a victim of his bad behavior.
  • This is the highest-charting song on the Hot 100 with the word Wednesday in the title. The only other entry containing that day is "Wednesday" by the Royal Guardsmen, which hit #97 in 1967.

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