"Friday Night Fever" as written by and Marc Mueller....
I love the sound of a jukebox playin'
So I sit here while she's staying home
Watching Dalls on TV
I love the taste of whiskey straight
The strongest thing she ever takes
Is a sip from a small glass of chablis
I've got that Friday night fever
Sometimes a man just needs a breather
She knows I love her and I need her
And I'm no cheater
I've just got that Friday night fever
She wouldn't change me if she could
I wouldn't change her, she's too good
Sometimes a man just needs a change of pace
I've heard all those come on lines
But I go home at closing time
I know no one could ever take her place
I've got that Friday night fever
Sometimes a man just needs a breather
She knows I love her and I need her
And I'm no cheater
I've just got that Friday night fever


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"Friday Night Fever" as written by Dean Dillon Frank Dycus

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentThe lyrics of this song do a wonderful job at making the listener not feel bad about getting drunk. I imagine the narrator is simply talking to his conscience or some nosy m'f'er in his business about hitting the sauce. It's like, "she's cool with me, I'm not cheating on her, I'm getting drunk and then I'm going home." Awesome.
    supposablethumbson July 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is actually a cover, but I think it speaks to what DC Berman feels is authentic country music.
    3ricon February 04, 2009   Link

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