"Saturday" as written by and Stephen Fretwell....
I'm good to go and I'm going nowhere fast
It could be worse, I could be taking you there with me
I'm good to go, but it looks like I'm still on my own

I'm good to go for something golden
Though the motions I've been going through have failed
I'm coasting on potential towards a wall at a hundred miles an hour

When I say

Two more weeks, my foot is in the door
I can't sleep in the wake of Saturday
Saturday, when these open doors were open ended

Pete and I attacked the Lost Astoria
With promise and precision and mess of youthful innocence
I read about the afterlife, but I never really lived more than an hour

When I say

Two more weeks, my foot is in the door
I can't sleep in the wake of Saturday
Saturday, when these open doors were open ended

Saturday, when these open doors were open ended

I read about the afterlife, but I never really lived
I read about the afterlife, but I never really lived

Two more weeks, my foot is in the door
Me and Pete in the wake of Saturday
Saturday, when these open doors were open ended
Saturday, when these open doors were open ended

Saturday
Saturday


Lyrics submitted by ruben

"Saturday" as written by Patrick Stump Peter Wentz

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    General Commentthis song's basically about being lazy and living in the past when you could get away with it
    dswmo456on May 17, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about regret....and how he always saw people wasting their lives, but never really thought that'd happen to him. how people shouldn't take anything for granted
    mare51089on October 16, 2004   Link
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    General Comment"And I read about the afterlife
    But I never really lived"

    Pretty much sums up the song, it's about regretting the times, the 'Saturdays' that you missed, and how quickly they went by...
    L-Kyneon November 10, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI heard on the behind the scenes on song with pete and patrick and they said it was about the stress that was going on with them about college. And that card was like a certificate on collge and everytime they would look at it the stress would burst. My mom didn't understand what the song meant but I did. Sort of.
    Fang18on August 08, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti'm pretty sure that's pete doing the screaming in the song- does ne one for sure? i love that part
    laura858on January 02, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis is definitely my favorite song on the cd...it has been my favorite since i listened to it in march of 04. I think l-kyne is right, kind of like living life to the fullest or something. if anyone has seen the video, its pretty cool...
    hyperdeedee911on April 05, 2005   Link
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    General Commentyes pete is the awesome screaming guy! great song here. loved them in concert! pete was the best!
    axlostxsoulon April 14, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song....the first time i heard it in Hollister made me fall in love with them and i didnt even know who they were so i went home and downloaded all there songs and now they are my favorite band ever.! i saw them at the Warped tour and they were awesome:D boo and yah
    jessicaortiz20on July 18, 2005   Link
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    General Commentoohh saturday! this song makes me feel like crying...patrick's voice is the most amazing thing i'v ever heard! and the lyrics...just awesome. FOB ROCKS!
    tamyweezon September 10, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthe actual lyrics listed in on the fold provided with the cd are: "Pete and I said goodbye to Astoria" and "and a mess of youthful innocence"
    ForeverKidon December 04, 2005   Link

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