"Friday Night Fever" as written by Dean Dillon, Alan R. Mevis and Frank Dycus....
love the sound of a jukebox playing,
So I sit here while she's staying home
Watching Dallas on T.V.
I love the taste of whiskey straight,
But the strongest thing she ever takes
Is a sip from a small glass of chablis.

Though birds of a different feather,
Our love keeps us together,
And she knows what's wrong with me tonight,
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, so 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

Now she's taking down her hair, she knows I'll soon be there.
To give her the love she needs tonight.

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


Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

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

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

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