The Audacity of Rock: Part 23

Saturday night!

Rock music has long held that Saturday night is the night that things happen and is really fun. In reality, it's a night that you probably should find something to do because nothing's on TV anyway.

"Saturday Night" by the Bay City Rollers (1976)

When I worked at Burgerville I usually punched in the code on the Jukebox for "Let's Get it On" or "Heaven is a Place on Earth," but every once in a while, I chose this song for its energy boost and pure singalongability. Also, because listening to it might get it out of my head.

Bonus points if you can explain to me the short pants and the weird phallic background.

"Saturday Waits" by Loney, Dear (2007)

I'm not really sure what this song means, but it's pleasant and the music video has dressed up dogs...so awesome. Anyway, Saturday night seems to be held as significant.

Questions to ponder:

1. What do you do on Saturday night?
2. I found a song about/named after every day of the week except Wednesday. What's up with that?

1 comment:

  1. Gray Wednesdays by A.R.B.