Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Pizza, Jul 11, 2018.
The Posies - Ironing Tuesdays (also mentions washing Saturdays)
Tommy Stinson's group Bash & Pop - Friday Night Is Killing Me
Mott The Hoople - Saturday Gigs
Friday Night--Timothy B. Schmit
Billy Joel - Piano Man
"It's nine o'clock on a Saturday"
"It's a pretty good crowd for a Saturday"
"I'll Meet You in Church Sunday Morning" - Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys
A Wednesday Car - Johnny Cash
Like A Summer Thursday - Townes Van Zandt
The Fugs--Nothing. They mention all days of the week. The lyrics begin with:
Wednesday and Thursday nothing
Friday, for a change
A little more nothing
Saturday once more nothing
'Sunday Kind of Love' by the Harptones
+ many other versions
First one i thought of.
I've always wondered to what extent it influenced Robert Smith for "Friday I'm in Love".
"C'est lundi" ("It's Monday").
Used to be called "Sunday Sleep".
Tuesday Evening Girl – The Broken Hearts
(obscure 80s power pop band featuring Mike Mazzarella of The Rooks).
More power pop, Scandinavian style:
Morrissey - Every Day is Like Sunday
Rialto - Monday Morning 5:19
Moody Blues - Tuesday Afternoon
Simon & Garfunkel - Wednesday Morning 3 a. m.
Millennium - To Claudia on Thursday
Van Morrison / Them - Friday's Child
Monkees - Saturday's Child
Icicle Works - Sweet Thursday
Mamas & Papas - Monday Monday
Easybeats - Friday on My Mind
Cure - Friday I'm in Love
What's with everyone repeating titles?
I suppose two of my favs have already been mentioned-
"Home On Monday" Little River Band
"Saturday Love" Cherelle .............. this song lyrically, doesn't work at all imo. But I like what Jam /Lewis were doing on the arrangement and I like how Cherelle and Alexander have to cram in all the day names, seemingly in one breath.
Seven Nights to Rock - Moon Mullican
Sweet Tuesday Morning - Badfinger
On Sunday-Aimee Mann
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