Mr monday, by the Solid British Hat Band



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MR MONDAY, by the Solid British Hat Band

1

Present Progressive, Baby





2

Mr Monday

Simple Present, daily routine

3

Dream of a City Man

Going to + v

4


It’s only half past 3

Pres Perfect (has just + V3_

5

Tomorrow will be Wonderful

Will+v

6

Alice’s Song

Past prog

7

Did you Used to be Like me

Used to +v

8

If you go to Rome

If 1

9

I’m sitting all alone

Pres Perfect Progressive

10

When You Awake

Future Perfect


GOOD BYE RAINBOWS













City Boy

Get used to Ving

Be used to V ing






Looking Forward to the Day







The Houses are built

Passive




One Day

Past Simple




Questions

Asking Questions




He’d still be here today

Third Conditional




GoodBey Rainbow

Used to +v




Not Enough Ways







Seagull

Noun clause,

Definitions






Glitter Hair Cream







All Along the Road


LYRICS TO MR MONDAY ONLY. IF YOU EVER USE ONE OF THE GOODBYE RAINBOWS SONGS AND TYPE OUT THE LYRICS, PLEASE SEND THEM.




Song 1: Present Progressive Baby


I’m Walking down a street

I’m waiting for a bus

I’m watching an old lady

Who’s holding a small dog

I’m looking through the windows

Of the shops along the way

I’m thinking of my true love

Whos’ the angel of the day


I can’t see her

In the city of light

I can’t hear her

In the dark lonely night


I’m sitting in a train

I’m looking for my love

I’m watching an old lady

Who’s holding a small dog

I’m looking through the windows

At the trees along the way

I’m thinking of my true love

Who’s the angel of the day


I’m walking down a street, etc.
I can’t see her, etc.

Song 2: Mr. Monday


He gets up at eight o’clock

On cold clear winter days

He eats his food at half past eight

And clears the pots away


He drives his car in the city streets

And he meets along the way

A lot of tall dark people

Who stand there all the day


He’s Mister Monday

He works all day from nine to five

He’s Mister Monday

He lives alone in the city


I see him in the evening

I pass him at the door

I say, “Hello, how are you?”

And I know he’s very poor


He looks at the street through his window

He watches the people pass by

He loves little dogs and children

And he never tells a lie


He’s Mister Monday, etc.

Song 3: Dream of a City Man

I’m going to sell my car and my welcome mat

I’m going to hide my briefcase and my bowler hat

I’m going to buy a ticket and catch a plane

I’m going to sit in the sun and laugh at the rain

I’m going to go where they say the life is sweet

I’m going to let the grass grow under my feet

I’m going to count t he waves beside the sea

I’m going to be happy, I’m going to be free


I’m going to throw my shoes away

I don’t’ care what the people say

I’m going to spend my money too

And then I don’t know what I’ll do


But I don’t want to be alone

I’m going to miss my telephone

Am I going to live without a friend?

I’m going to sit and think again


I’m not going to leave this beautiful town

I’m not going to watch the sun go down

Tomorrow at the station you’re going to see

Two hundred city gents all exactly like me

I’m going to buy a ticket and catch a train

I’m going to read a book and look at the rain



Song 4: It’s Only Half Past Three


Peter’s just received a letter from Jill

Susie’s just bought a brand-new puppy

Andy’s just seen a cat in the tree

And it’s only half past three

Yes, it’s only half past three
I’ve just returned from the grocer’s shop

The grocer’s just told me a funny story

We’ve just decided to go to the sea

And it’s only half past three

Yes, it’s only half past three
We’ve just been for a swim

The wheels are beginning to spin

We’re going home now

Back to our little flat in town


Here comes Paul in his brand new car

He’s just met his girl-friend’s mother

I think he needs a strong cup of tea

And it’s only half past three

Yes, it’s only half past three
We’ve just been for a swim, etc.

The day’s beginning to fade away

The stree lights have just begun to shine

I’vejust discovered my watch isn’t working

Because it’s only half past three

It’s only half past three

It’s only half past three


Song 5: Tomorrow Will Be Wonderful

Tomorrow will be wonderful

I’ll drive my little car

I’ll walk along the river bank

I’ll watch the ships sail by

The next day will be better

I’ll take you to the zoo

I’ll show you bears and monkeys

And a great gorilla too
Will you come to the party on Friday?

Will you meet me under the tree?

Will you marry me in September?

Will you come and live by the sea?


We’ll have a house with windows

That look out to the sea

We’ll entertain our neighbors

With chocolate, cake and tea

They’ll see us in our little house

As happy as can be

They’ll wish they were just like us

So happy, bright and free


Will you come to the party on Friday? etc.
We won’t have to work all day

We’ll just pass the time away

We won’t catch those busy trains

That whistle down the line

We won’t live in basement flats

With single beds and tabby cats

We won’t have to worry

The sun will always shine


Will you come to the party on Friday? etc.

Song 6: Alice’s Song

What were you doing when I saw you in the stable, Alice?

What were you diong when I saw you there?

What were you doing when I saw you in the stable, Alice?

What were you doing when I saw you there?
I was listening to the stories

Of the big white horses

They were telling me

All about their favorite courses

I was listening eagerly

To what they had to say


What were you doing when I saw you at the station, Alice? Etc.

I was reading all the books

About the Queen of England

I was writing poems

That I want to send to her

I was looking for a word

To write about her hair

What were you doing when I saw you at the palace, Alice? Etc.
I was talking to the Queen

About my latest novel

She was asking me

To come to tea again

She was asking me

To come to tea again


What were you doing when I saw you there?

Song 7: Did You Used To Be Like Me?

I used to wake up in the morning

Watch the sun shine in my garden

I used to pick the flowers every day

I used to buy her pearls and diamonds

I used to think she was an angel

I used to be like that, but now I’m not
Did you used to be like me?

Standing with you head up in the clouds?

No, I didn’t used to be like you

I didn’t used to dream

I didn’t used to think that love was real
She used to take the pearls and diamonds

She used to ask for more and more

She used to say she’d like to marry me

She used to have another lover

He used to live in the house next door

He used to live there, yes but how he’s gone


Did you used to be like her? Etc.
He used to tell her that he loved her

He used to use her telephone

He used to take her money to pay his rent

But now he’s gone, she’s unhappy

He took away her pearls and diamonds

She used to watch them gleam but now she can’t


Did you used to be like me? Etc.

Song 8: If You Go to Rome

If you go to Rome

You’ll see the coloseum

If you go to London

Maybe you’ll see t he Queen

If you stay with me

You won’t see anything

But you’ll be very happy

That’s for sure

If you climb that mountain

You’ll be above the noisy crowds

If you catch a jet plane

You’ll see above the clouds

If you stay with me

You won’t see anything

But you’ll be very happy

That’s for sure


If you leave me now

I’ll be sad and lonely

If you walk away

I’ll search around for you

If it takes a year

I’ll find you my darling

And you’ll be very happy

That’s for sure


If I make some money

Will you come and live with me?

If I make some money

Will you change your mind?

If I ask you nicely

Will you make a cup of tea?

Then I’ll be be very happy

That’s for sure


If you leave me now, etc.


Song 9: I’m Sittting All Alone

I’m sitting all alone

In my girl-friend’s home

I’m sitting waiting for her to come home

I’ve been waiting for an hour

I’ve been making paper flowers

I’ve been thinking what she means to me
I’m sitting all alone

Still she isn’t home

I’ve been getting very very sad

I’ve been cooking in the kitchen

I’ve been watching television

I’ve been reading letters that I wrote to her


All these years I’ve been thinking

She wanted to marry me

But in fact she’s been looking for another man

But I couldn’t see….


I’m standing all alone

I’m a long way from home

I’ve been watching all the ships sail by

I’ve been singing sad, sad songs

I’m going back where I belong

I’ve been living in this town too long


All these years I’ve been thinking, etc.
I’m standing all alone, etc.

Song 10: When you wake

When you wake tomorrow

I’ll be walking down the road

I’ll be thinking of the times we had together

I’ll be wishing we’d done better

I’ll be writing you a letter

Telling you I wont’ be coming home again

When you draw t he curtains

I’ll be standing at the station

I’ll be lighting my first cigarette of the day

I’ll be wishing we’d done better, etc.


I’ll be sitting on the train

Telling all those who’ll be listening

About the loneliness of my poor life

I’ll be wishing we’d done better, etc.


The train’ll be arriving

At the station in the morning

Picking up the passengers one by one

I’ll be playing a game of cards

With the driver and t he guard

And I know I won’t be coming home again


When I get to London

You’ll be looking in my room

You’ll be wondering why the bed’s already made

You’ll be wishing we’d done better

You’ll be looking at my letter

You’ll be reading that I won’t be coming home


I’ll be sitting on the train

Telling all those who’ll be listening

About the loneliness of my poor life

I’ll be wishing we’d done better

I’ll be writing you a letter

Telling you I won’t be coming home again



And I know I won’t be coming home again
THE END;

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