Thursday
Morphine Lyrics


We used to meet every Thursday Thursday
Thursday in the afternoon
For a couple of beers and a game of pool
We used to go to a motel a motel

A motel across the street
And the name of the motel was the Wagon Wheel
Oh
One day she said come on come on she said
Why don't you come back to my house
She said my husband's out of town
You know he's gone till the end of the month
Well I was just so nervous so nervous

You know I couldn't really quite relax
'Cause I was never really quite sure when her
Husband was coming back
Sure one of the neighbors yea one of the neighbors

One of the neighbors that saw my car
And they told her yea they told her
I think they know who you are
Well her husband he's a violent man a very violent and jealous man

Now I have to leave this town I got to leave while I still can
We should have kept it every Thursday Thursday
Thursday in the afternoon
For a couple of beers and a game of pool

We should have kept it every Thursday Thursday
Thursday in the afternoon
For a couple of beers and a game of pool
She was pretty good too

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Written by: Mark Sandman

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Comments from YouTube:

luv2eatpuss79

this guy played a 2 string bass. How cool is that !

Joe Berard

luv2eatpuss79 two string slide bass

MrTorst1

No guitar in this. 2 stringed bass, saxaphone and drums.

Dead Leaves

23 people are friends with the angry husband.

radoslav radosevic

:-)

Aaron Lennox

my dislike was for the quality of the upload, it deserves much better than 480. ... seriously, it sounds terrible at this quality, the song itself is amazing.

nonitlinquii

lol

Foot Boiii

we really shoulda kept it every Thursday afternoon

da man

I saw Morphine live when the played this song to start their performance in Portland,OR, at La Luna (long since closed) in 1995. Appropriately, it was on a Thursday. They were an awesome live act. Probably my 2nd favorite live act after seeing Johnny Cash play at the "Blue Note" in Columbia, MO. Morphine still is the epitome of cool even 20 years later!

David Shuey

I remember La Luna. I saw Paul Westerberg there one year later. And also: Mark Lanegan without Screaming Trees. He didn't look so hot that day; but cleaned up real good.

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