Favourite Clothes

by Little Hours

The Little Hours or minor hours are the canonical hours other than the three major hours. The major hours are those whose traditional names are matins, lauds and vespers. Since the reform of the Liturgy of the Hours mandated by the Second Vatican Council, they are called the office of readings, morning prayer and evening prayer. The minor hours, so called because their structure is shorter and simpler than that of the major hours, are those celebrated between lauds and vespers (morning and evening prayer) together with compline (night prayer).




Hey I heard you were leaving town
Needed a change now I'm not around
Hey I heard you were going away
Maybe I could, maybe I could have made you stay

Hey I heard that you've found a place
It's by the water and it never rains
And I heard that you're happy now
And there's a boy who, there's a boy who can make you smile

All I want to do is take you to the city 
Take you to your favourite part of town
And you'll dress up in all your favourite clothes
Just so I can dress you down

Hey I heard you were home again
Home to stay I heard from your friends
Maybe I could take you out sometime
Like that night we, like that night we got drunk on wine.

All I want to do is take you to the city 
Take you to your favourite part of town
And you'll dress up in all your favourite clothes
Just so I can dress you down

Hey I heard you were leaving town
Needed a change now I'm not around
Hey I heard you were going away
Maybe I could, maybe I could have made you stay

All I want to do is take you to the city 
Take you to your favourite part of town
And you'll dress up in all your favourite clothes
Just so I can dress you down

Written by: JOHN DOHERTY

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