"Saturdays (Reprise)" as written by and Dan Whitford....
When I am looking for you,
I call your number
But I can't get through.

When I am looking for you,
I call your number
But I can't get through.

When I am looking for you,
I call your number
But I can't get through.

When I am looking for you,
I call your number
But I can't get through.

There is a feeling in me
And I don't know why.
Is there a feeling in you
That you can't deny?

There is a feeling in me
And I don't know why.
Is there a feeling in you
That you can't deny?

There is a feeling in me
And I don't know why.
Is there a feeling in you
That you can't deny?

There is a feeling in me
And I don't know why.
Is there a feeling in you
That you can't deny?

There is a feeling in me
And I don't know why.
Is there a feeling in you
That you can't deny?


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"Saturdays" as written by Dan Whitford

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    General Commentokay this song sounds like everything that was good about 1990s rock. it's perfect in that way. it's like a tribute to musical heritage.

    it sucks it's so short, but i think that is a very telling element of the song. it's like saying all good things can't last forever and pass too quickly while they're around. however, the important thing is that you had them because you'll always have the memory / feeling they gave you. the last ten seconds of the song consist of the sound of a tape being rewound and i think this inclusion is important to consider in such a short song. to me, it represents nostalgia and an attempt to relive the good times. it also ties back to the idea of the 1990s...like trying to craft the perfect mix tape and having to manually rewind rather than digitally skipping back.

    overall, it's a good song but it is pretty emotional because it does conjure up feelings of nostalgia. you have to keep hitting repeat until you realize you are kind of stuck in the past in a way. i think it is an interactive listening experience. i hope this made sense haha
    artemis_ebbon February 27, 2007   Link
  • +1
    General Commentokay this song sounds like everything that was good about 1990s rock. it's perfect in that way. it's like a tribute to musical heritage.

    it sucks it's so short, but i think that is a very telling element of the song. it's like saying all good things can't last forever and pass too quickly while they're around. however, the important thing is that you had them because you'll always have the memory / feeling they gave you. the last ten seconds of the song consist of the sound of a tape being rewound and i think this inclusion is important to consider in such a short song. to me, it represents nostalgia and an attempt to relive the good times. it also ties back to the idea of the 1990s...like trying to craft the perfect mix tape and having to manually rewind rather than digitally skipping back.

    overall, it's a good song but it is pretty emotional because it does conjure up feelings of nostalgia. you have to keep hitting repeat until you realize you are kind of stuck in the past in a way. i think it is an interactive listening experience. i hope this made sense haha
    artemis_ebbon February 27, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsuch a great song its too bad its so short.
    mcscumbagon April 24, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentit makes total sense,
    paul_bankson March 08, 2008   Link

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