"On A Saturday" as written by and Jacob Golden....
I’m floating upstream,
I’m singing Lullabies
I built an empire sitting
at the sea front
my time goes backwards
into a fractured mind
my tv blares evil faces
on my birthday…

Sometimes I feel overwhelmed
and I want to

cry your name-
on a Saturday

when I wake
up sad cause you’re not
around anymore
on Saturday when I wake
up sad cause you’re not
around
not around…

I thought about june
I thought of England
a million faces on the
tube that never seem to
smile

I smoked my heart out
dated a french girl
a helicopter supernova
on the voyage home
I think in melodies
little catastrophes

Cry your name
on a Saturday
when I wake
up sad cause you’re not
around anymore
on Saturday when I wake
up sad- cause you’re not
around anymore

I want to sit and watch the
girls in Soho Square!
I fell in love so many
times just sitting there!


Lyrics submitted by Sinai

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    General CommentI can't believe no one has replied yet
    it's such a great song! love it!
    Absynthe_Mindedon September 16, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwow.. i hate it when people just talk about how much they love a song.. and not what it means to them.. ahah not helping!
    anyway, im not exactly quite sure what this song meant to the erm writer..
    but i love it! i especially love the last part towards erm the : i want to sit and watch the girls in soho square" part. this song is great for lots of stuff... ~ end rant.

    anyway, to me.. i can relate t othe erm.. "and i want to cry your name-on a saturday when i wakeup sad cause you're not around anymore" because i've felt that way exactly from my own experience. andddddd the way the song sounds just teams up with the way i feel. :]
    mushr00mfarton October 03, 2008   Link

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