"Saturday Night" as written by Adam Clayton, Dave Evans, Paul David Hewson and Larry Mullen....
Saturday night
Saturday night
Saturday night
Saturday night

Saturday night's already old
Walking into Sunday, and I find
All desires are cold
I could walk forever, I don't mind
Show me a light, your company
Goes a little way to help me see
The path on which I'm bound
Rather than the things I leave behind

I've got the keys to the city
Baby
I can feel my luck
I got two days' money
If you light me up
This heart will shine on

"L'esclavage D'amour
It will be ours forevermore"
Words we both recall
Either from a lover, or the law
Saturday night, my steps have shown
I can walk away from all I've know
Goodnight, my friend, goodbye
Remember what they say,
When you're alone, laugh or die


Lyrics submitted by Regos the Sane

"Saturday Night" as written by Kit Morgan Nigel Beaham-powell

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Peermusic Publishing

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    General CommentIt's early Sunday morning, you're too tired to keep drinking, and you're still alone. Another week gone, another week older.

    The mood change on the first line "Saturday night's already old" is beautiful.

    "L'esclavage D'amour" is French for "The Slavery of Love"
    ashhon May 02, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt's early Sunday morning, you're too tired to keep drinking, and you're still alone. Another week gone, another week older.

    The mood change on the first line "Saturday night's already old" is beautiful.

    "L'esclavage D'amour" is French for "The Slavery of Love"
    ashhon May 02, 2009   Link
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    General CommentGod Ian Moss has the most gorgeous voice.
    Arianrhodon January 26, 2011   Link

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