Procol Harum

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the Pale

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You'll Be on My Mind (1966)

Musique - Michel Polnareff ē Paroles - Keith Reid


Note here about the
writing and release
of this song, which
considerably predates
the formation
of Procol Harum.
 

If you say donít work today
Just take a broom and sweep away
Those cobwebs that enclose, enclose your mind
Your mind

If you say donít work today
Just take a mop and with it dry
Those pools of tears that you that you daily cry
You cry

Youíll be on my mind
Youíll be on my mind

If you say donít work today
Just take a cloth and clean my shoes
For losers have
They have the most to lose
To lose

If you say donít work today
For what you lost was not in vain
And though it hurts it is, it is not pain

Youíll be on my mind
Youíll be on my mind

If you say donít work today
Just take a broom and sweep away
Those cobwebs that that enclose your mind
Your mind

If you say donít work today
Just take a mop and with it dry
Those pools of tears that you daily, daily, daily cry
You cry

Youíll be on my mind
Youíll be on my mind


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